Man in custody in relation to relative's killing in Manchester

Superintendent Shane McCalla, head of the Manchester Police
By Warren Bertram 
The Manchester Police says one person has been taken into custody in relation to last week's murder in the Mike Town.
Michael Brown, of Mike Town and Waterford, England addresses, was shot and killed on Thursday, January 19.
It was reported that about 12:30, Mr. Brown was at his unfinished house in Somerset district when he was attacked by gunmen.
Superintendent Shane McCalla, head of the Manchester Police, said the man arrested is a relative of the deceased. 
He lamented that the killing stemmed from a family dispute over properties, that had been ongoing since 2015. 
According to Superintendent McCalla, the relatives had even visited the Mandeville police station and participated in the restorative justice programme to try to resolve the matter amicably.  
The senior cop said investigations into the murder are continuing and the police will be looking at other persons of interest. 

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