A man is accused of murder after a body is discovered by police investigating a labradoodle theft.

A man is accused of murder after a body is discovered by police investigating a labradoodle theft.

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A man has been accused of the murder of another individual who was discovered deceased at a residence in Bury. This incident unfolded after authorities were alerted to the theft of a labradoodle during a burglary.

Ian Gary Connell, aged 39, residing on Duke Street in Bolton, is scheduled to appear in court before Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Saturday. The charges pertain to the passing of Donald “Prentice” Patience, aged 45.

Following a call regarding a burglary involving the theft of a white labradoodle, officers from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) arrived at a location on Ainsworth Road in Radcliffe, Bury, at approximately 10:30 AM on Tuesday. Subsequent investigation unveiled that Mr. Patience had been deceased for a number of days, although the exact cause of his passing is still under examination.

Two other men, aged 27 and 41, were apprehended on suspicion of involvement in the murder but have since been released on bail as further inquiries are conducted.

Those close to Mr. Patience remember him as a cherished son, brother, and father whose absence will be deeply felt by many. The residence remained cordoned off on Friday, with forensic personnel entering and exiting the premises. Floral tributes were left by the rear wall of the house. The labradoodle in question is presently under the care of the appropriate authorities, according to the police.

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