Boy, 17, arrested for ‘murder’ of ‘devoted’ dad, 31, found stabbed to death in Salford as heartbroken family pay tribute | The Sun

A TEENAGE boy has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of a "devoted" dad, who was stabbed to death last week.

Tyron Riley, 31, was described as a "devoted dad" by loved ones after he wasfound dead just after midnight on December 27 in Salford, Greater Manchester.

Cops confirmed today that a 17-year-old boy had been arrested on suspicion of murder.

No further details were confirmed, but it is believed the boy remains in custody for questioning.

Tyron's family paid a touching tribute to their lost relative, known to his friends as Taz.

The statement from his mum Nicola and other family members read: "Tyron…was a very much-loved son, dad, grandson and brother, our hearts are in a million pieces.


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"You were a devoted dad, super talented builder and could turn your hand to anything, you loved nothing more than sending us a million and one photos of the job from start to finish and always said 'I’m ace me aren’t a' we were always so proud.

"We will always remember the good times, your huge cheeky smile and your great sense of humour."

The lovely memorial said how deeply he would be missed by loved ones, before finishing: "Sleep tight son love ya."

Greater Manchester Police are still appealing for further information.

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Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the force on 101 and quote incident number 12 of December 27.

Those who wish to report anonymously can contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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