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Two teens arrested on suspicion of murder after man in his 20s dies in horror city centre collision


TWO teens – one of them a schoolboy – have been arrested on suspicion of murder after man in his 20s died in a horror city centre car crash.

The casualty was killed in a smash with a black Audi A3 in Deansgate, Manchester at around 3am.


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Those inside the car then fled the scene.

However, major crime cops have revealed that a 15-year-old and a 19-year-old were later arrested 35 miles away in Lancashire.

Both are in custody tonight.

Detectives with Greater Manchester Police say they believe the victim was involved in a row with people inside the Audi moments before he was mown down.

Superintendent Arif Nawaz has urged anyone who saw the crash to come forward ugently.

“First and foremost, our thoughts are with the man’s family and friends, who are understandably devastated,” Supt Nawaz said.

“We immediately launched an investigation to get the answers they rightly deserve.

“At this stage, we believe the man may have been involved in an altercation with the occupants of the Audi on foot moments before the collision occurred.

“A number of lines of enquiry have been followed up already overnight which has then led to the arrest of two males in Lancashire on suspicion of murder.

“A cordon remains in place and officers are at the scene doing CCTV checks, taking statements and gathering as much evidence as possible, so there may be delays on the roads in the area.

“We would ask that anyone who may have seen anything, or anyone who may have seen the black Audi before or after the collision, to get in touch.

“The smallest bit of information could assist with our investigation.”

Anyone with dashcam footage around the area at the time is also asked to call police.

Information can be reported online via gmp.police.uk quoting log 501 of 21/11/2021.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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