26.07.23 – Help Police Identify Tattoo, Funding for Rough Sleepers in SOT, Glebe Street closed until September
Written by Hitmix Local News on 25 July 2023
Staffordshire Police has released an image of a dragon tattoo in the hope that someone can to help identify a man who was found dead in Newcastle-under-Lyme earlier this year. Officers were called to Crackley on 6 February following reports of a sudden death.
Sadly, the body of a man was found at the scene. His death is not being treated as suspicious and police are still working hard to formally identify the man and are asking anyone who recognises the dragon tattoo pictured to get in touch with them.
He was described as white, aged between 45 to 55 and had grey hair with a stubble, and the tattoo was on his upper left shoulder.
Anyone with any information is asked get in touch through Live Chat on the Staffordshire Police Website – www.staffordshire.police.uk – or call 101, quoting incident number 184 of 6 February.
To report anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Rough sleepers in Stoke-on-Trent are in line for extra support thanks to more than £460,000 of Government funding.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council has been awarded the funding from the ‘Rough Sleeping Initiative’ to support the city’s most vulnerable residents.
The funding will enable the city council to continue to deliver vital services to people sleeping rough or at risk of sleeping rough.
The cash will be spent on the recruitment of a number of specialist staff which will be responsible for working with people sleeping rough, supporting them into accommodation and ensuring that people do not leave institutions – such as hospitals or prison – with nowhere safe to go.
And finally … if you are travelling to or from Stoke, be aware that Glebe St will be closed between Station Rd and Lytton St junction, from today through until September. This is due to works to connect the Goods Yard development to the District Heat Network.