VIDEO Mystery victim of suitcase murder is named as forensic team continue to gather evidence at Beswick flat
Monday 24th October 2016 13:50 Gorton & Openshaw News Video Posted by Nigel P.

A Derbyshire police forensics van still present at the rear of the of Murder suspect Miang Jiang'sapartment block in Beswick

A Derbyshire police forensics van still present at the rear of the of Murder suspect Miang Jiang’sapartment block in Beswick

Police have named the victim in the Tintwistle murder  case as 36 -year -old  Yang Liu 36, of Salford Quays, a Beswick man has been charged with his murder.

42- year-old Ming Jiang from Falconwood Way in Beswick, has appeared at Chesterfield Magistrates court charged with the murder of Yang Liu.

Mr Liu’s headless and limbless torso was found burnt in a layby off the A628 near Tintwistle, on Monday October 10.

There was still intense police activity at the accused man’s first floor apartment in a block of flats on a new build estate just off the Ashton Old Road in Beswick.

A Derbyshire forensics team police van was parked at the rear off the flats, as a team inside could be seen illuminating the wall with specialist lamps in the ongoing search for evidence.

The first floor flat where forensics teams are carrying out tests in the investigation into the murder of Salford man Yang Lui who dismembered and burnt body was discovered in a lay-by near Tintwistle.

The first floor flat where a forensic team is carrying out tests, in the investigation into the murder of Salford man Yang Lui.  Mr Lui’s. dismembered and burnt body was discovered in a lay-by near Tintwistle two weeks ago.

 

Three police vehicles from Greater Manchester  Police were also present to reassure locals and secure the scene.

Most residents were keeping tight lipped about the suspect and the arrest .

However one man living across from the flats did say he saw some suspicious activity late on Thursday evening, and then a large police presence on Friday morning, which led him to believe that the arrest had taken place during that time frame.

Police then questioned near neighbours to ask what they knew of the man who lives at the flat.

Derbyshire police announced the suspect Ming Jiang’s arrest on Sunday evening, he is now due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday October 25.