Police came up with the investigation case of death of 28-years-old mid-wife Samantha Eastwood, accused a man of being a murderer.

32-years-old Michael Stirling appeared at the Court of North Staffordshire Magistrates later from Stroke-on-Trent.

After the policeman took the duty to investigate the rural ground thoroughly near Staffordshire, Ms. Eastwood’s dead body was discovered on Saturday, after eight days she got disappeared.

After the body was discovered, two suspects of 28 and 60 years men were arrested. However, on conditional bail, the offenders were released temporarily.

Staffordshire Police did not disclose any details regarding the suspect connected with the murder or the lady. According to popular newspapers report, Mr. Stirling, who stays in Cromer Road, is a brother-in-law of John Peake Ms. Eastwood’s former-fiancé.

On the morning of July 27, Ms. Eastwood was seen last in her uniform, leaving the workplace at Royal Stoke University Hospital. Police said about the post-mortem of her dead body that took place and demands for further examinations.

“We would like to say ‘thank you’ to all the people who followed Samantha’s story and tried their best to help,” said Ms. Eastwood’s family reports Staffordshire’s Police force.

Liz Rix, Chief Nurse of North Midlands University Hospital described Ms. Eastwood as much-loved part of her nursing team and “an absolutely dedicated and committed midwife.”

The investigation of Ms. Eastwood’s murder case involved a number of Police officers, team and police sniffer dogs, who gathered on field altogether near Tickhill Lane, which is close to Caverswall, Staffordshire.


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