Alex Rodda Wiki
Alex Rodda was missing for more than 48 hours and was found dead in Village Cheshire. Police confirmed the death of the missing young man and informed the family about the murder of Alex Rodda.
Alex Rodda Age
He was 15 years old.
Alex Rodda Suspect Killer Arrested
He was found dead on Ashley Mill Lane in Ashley, near a farm, Friday morning at 7.52 a.m. Since then, Cheshire police arrested an 18-year-old man from Knutsford on suspicion of murder and he remains in custody for questioning. No other details about the murder and murder suspect of another young man 15 Alex Rodda were released by the authorities.
Alex Rodda Family
Alex’s family has been informed of his death and they have the support of specialized officers, a police spokesman said. Chief Inspector Detective Simon Blackwell of the Cheshire Police General Crime Directorate said: “Our thoughts are with Alex’s family at this extremely difficult time.”
Officers are working to establish the circumstances surrounding his death and a murder investigation has been initiated. ‘We are in the early stages of our investigation into Alex’s death, which we are treating as murder. ‘I would like to assure the community that it is believed that it is an isolated incident and that we are doing everything possible to establish exactly what happened. “There are several ongoing consultations and we are calling for anyone with any information or archival material that may be relevant to our investigation to communicate.” “I would like to assure the community that it is believed that it is an isolated incident and that we are doing everything possible to establish exactly what happened.
Policed dogs are also being used to assist the search, and a section of the road off Ashley Mill Lane remains closed.
Cheshire constabulary Police have appealed for anyone with information to contact them.
Anyone with information or CCTV or dashcam footage that may help the investigation should call Cheshire Constabulary on 101, quoting IML 587226, give the details via https://www.cheshire.police.uk or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.