(DailyDig.com) – A British man who perished from what authorities believe was an ammonia attack now has four suspects in his murder.
Three men, two of them 32 years old and the other 21 years old, have been arrested and held in jail after being accused of his murder. Yousef Wynne, 39, from Wuppertal Court, Jarrow, the fourth, was arrested on November 10 and accused of the murder of Andy Foster, 26.
It is thought that two people approached the residence on Eighton Terrace on August 20 in Wrekenton, Gateshead, knocked on the door, and showered Foster with ammonia before leaving the scene. Some time later, he died in the hospital.
On November 13, Wynne appeared in court and was remanded to jail. There were a total of 12 people detained; one of them, a 24-year-old woman, was released on police bail after being arrested on November 11. She was suspected of aiding an offender.
Northumbria Police’s senior investigator, Detective Tam Fowler, stated that Foster’s family is still processing the events that have transpired and that they are providing any assistance they can.
So far, they’ve had a lot of positive feedback from the general public. They are actively looking into the matter and would appreciate hearing from anybody who may have further information that might lead to answers to Foster’s case.
Fowler added that once again, they would urge the public to refrain from any conjecture or social media critique, as this may compromise the judicial procedures.
In August, Mr. Foster’s loved ones paid homage to him, remembering him as a loving son, partner, grandchild, cousin, and supporting family member. His relationship with his grandfather, who meant a lot to him, was very tight.
They are completely distraught and grieved about the loss of their son. Foster’s whole future was unwritten, and it’s hard for them to accept that he’s no longer part of their lives.
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