Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre

, Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre, The Today News USA

A man has died after a ‘large scale disturbance’ near a leisure park in Manchester city this evening. 

Greater Manchester police were called to a ‘serious disturbance’ in Dantzic Street, near the popular Printworks leisure venue, at around 8pm on Saturday evening.

A group of people were involved and a 60-year-old man suffered injuries and died at the scene.

One man was arrested on suspicion of murder at the scene and taken to custody where he remains.

, Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre, The Today News USA

, Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre, The Today News USA

A man has died after a ‘large scale disturbance’ near a leisure park in Manchester city this evening

, Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre, The Today News USA

, Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre, The Today News USA

Greater Manchester police were called to a ‘serious disturbance’ in Dantzic Street, near the popular Printworks leisure venue in Manchester, at around 8pm on Saturday evening

, Man, 60, dies in ‘large scale disturbance’ at Printworks in Manchester city centre, The Today News USA

A large police cordon remains in place at this time and officers are at the scene pursuing lines of enquiry and further information.

Superintendent Dave Kehoe, from GMP’s Serious Crime Division, said: ‘This was a tragic incident where a 60-year-old has lost his life and our thoughts are with his family and friends who are understandably devastated.

‘A cordon is in place and officers are currently at the scene whilst we piece together exactly what happened and who was involved.

‘The area was very busy at the time and a number of people may have seen what happened. Even the smallest information could assist with our investigation.’

‘Information can be reported online at www.gmp.police.uk quoting log 2792 of 20/11/2021. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.’