Cleveland Police have made an arrest in their investigation of the murder of Andrew Simon.
Police have been investigating the Murder since June 11th in which no breakthrough in the case has been made.
Andrew Simon tragically died in a house fire in the early hours of June 11th 2013.
Cleveland Police reported that the fire was suspicious, investigators have until now appeared to missed the gold hour within the investigation. The golden hour is the first hour of when the most witnesses are available and increased chances of concluding an investigation, each hour that passes more evidence is lost.
Cleveland Police seemed to be moving the investigation at a snails pace even turning to social media in hope of finding the suspect.
Although Police carried out forensic investigations into the murder inquiry it is unknown if this provided any breakthrough.
Cleveland Police are currently holding the unnamed suspect in custody in the Cleveland Police area.
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