Suspect should be questioned about his mother’s murder after being hospitalized

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A murder suspect is expected to be interviewed by detectives after being hospitalized after his arrest.

Merseyside Police said the 57-year-old was still in custody in connection with the death of Malak Adabzadeh, who was found dead in a Liverpool house last week.

An autopsy revealed that the mother had died from “head trauma”.

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Emergency services were called to a property in The Green, a residential street near the Rocket flyover, just before 5 p.m. last Thursday.

Ms. Adabzadeh’s body was discovered and her death was declared at the scene.

Detectives said the investigative leads included whether his death “may have been for domestic or other cultural reasons.”



Police at the scene near apartments in The Green, Broad Green

Three men, two aged 21 and 57 and from Stoneycroft and a 46-year-old man from Norris Green, have been arrested on suspicion of the murder of the mother.

In an update on the investigation released Wednesday afternoon, police said: “Two of the men, aged 21 and 46, have now been released on bail with conditions.

“The 57-year-old, who was previously treated in hospital, remains in custody for questioning by detectives.

“A thorough investigation is being carried out by the police who remain at the scene while the forensic examinations continue. “



Police at the scene near apartments in The Green, Broad Green
Police at the scene near apartments in The Green, Broad Green

Ms Adabzadeh was originally from Iran and lived in the Stoneycroft area. Detectives appealed to the city’s Iranian community to support the investigation.

In a moving tribute to the 47-year-old, also known as Katy, her family said, “Katy was a loving mother, adorable sister, wife and daughter. She was generous, kind and would always help anyone.

“Katy will be sadly missed.

“As a family, we are asking for the support of the community at this time to find out what happened to our beloved Katy.”

Speaking on Wednesday, Chief Detective Inspector Simon Hurst said: “Our investigations into Malak’s tragic death are continuing and we ask anyone in the area of ​​The Green on Thursday afternoon who saw or heard something contact us.



Police at the scene near apartments in The Green, Broad Green
Police at the scene near apartments in The Green, Broad Green

Likewise, if you were driving in the area, which is close to the Rocket end of Edge Lane, and you have any footage from the dashcam, please review them and let us know if you see anything.

“We also want everyone who knew Malak from the Iranian community in Liverpool to come forward as a matter of urgency.

“If required, we have an interpreter and language solutions to provide us with information and work closely with partners including Liverpool Domestic Abuse Service on 0151 494 2222, Merseyside IDVA and Savera UK services which can be reached on 0800 107 0726.

“Any information you have, no matter how small, could be vital to our investigation. Whether you are presenting us directly or anonymously, through Crimestoppers, please contact us.

“I would also ask anyone with information to only provide it in the following ways and not to comment on social media platforms as this can compromise our vital investigations.”

* Anyone with information can contact Merseyside Police via Twitter (@MerPolCC), calling 101 or contacting Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

If someone is in immediate danger, they should dial 999 and speak to an operator.

If you cannot speak, the Silent Solution service means that a vulnerable person can call 999 and alert the police of their situation by pressing “55”. This will indicate that help is needed and the police will respond.

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