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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Two 13 & 14 year old teenagers who cannot be named for legal reason have been arrested over the murder of Angela Wrightson in Hartlepool, Stephen Street.

The 39 year old was well know to police and was banned from purchasing alcohol in the United Kingdom.

After being attacked she returned home and died.

It is believed she was attacked by two teenage girls who wanted her to purchase them some alcohol.

A local paramedic has described Angela as harmless after visiting her on a number of occasions, she struggled with alcohol.

Going on to say no one ‘deserves to die’.

Local sources say that the two girls sent snap chats from the back of the Police Van bragging they had been arrested and uploaded them onto Facebook while they were traveling to the Police Station.

Two teenagers have been arrested and remain in Police Custody.

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