A 48-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder

Police continue to investigate the murder of a woman in Stockport.
Officers were called to Reddish Vale Country Park on Monday morning after a member of the public found human remains.
An investigation was launched and police remain at the park this morning.
Following enquiries, police said they believe the remains belong to a woman in her 40s.
The woman’s next of kin have been informed, however formal identification has not yet taken place.
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A 48-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Several streets were taped off in Brinnington (Image: Joel Goodman)
He is being held in police custody for questioning.
A significant police presence remains in the park, as well as a number of surrounding streets in Brinnington late on Monday evening.
Detective Superintendent Neil Jones, of GMPs Major Incident Team: This is an absolutely devastating incident.
Police have sealed off several areas of Brinnington Vale (Image: Joel Goodman)
“First and foremost, our thoughts are with the victims loved ones and specialist officers will do everything they can to support them.
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Understandably, this news may cause concern within the community but I would like to provide some reassurance by saying that, at this time, we believe that this was an isolated incident.
“Nevertheless, there will be increased patrols in the area in the coming days and I would encourage anyone with concerns to speak to those officers.
Our investigation is in the early stages and, whilst a suspect is in custody being questioned, I would like to use this opportunity to appeal to anyone with information which may assist us with our enquiries to get in touch without delay.
Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 3400 quoting incident 913 of 25/05/20 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.