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Tributes pour in for 'amazing fella' Paul Millea

June 19, 2017 4:00 AM
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Popular 36-year-old died after being stabbed in Garston

Tributes have been paid to a man who died after being stabbed in Garston.

The comments saw the 36-year-old described as being “kind-hearted”, “genuine” and an “amazing fella”.

The ECHO’s Facebook page was inundated with tributes praising Mr Millea after news of his death broke on Sunday morning.

Among those to offer their condolences was Laura Reavey, who wrote: “R.I.P Paul you truly was a lovely lad you didn’t deserve this.”

Claire Gill said: “I’m so sad to be reading this. Grew up with Paul, went through school with him. Such a funny, kind-hearted, lad loved by everyone. RIP Paul.”

Anita Lewtas added “My deepest sympathy to every member of the Millea family - thinking of you all”, while Angie Pollard said “R.I.P Chunk, a truly genuine, funny lad”.

In another touching message, Carole Woods said: “RIP Angel, what a cruel world we live in. How anybody can take the life of a young man with his whole life to look forward to, my heart goes out to all Paul’s family. May you have the strength to get through this.”

Many friends promised Mr Millea, believed to have been a dad, would not be forgotten, including Nikki Billo.

She said: “Devastated not the word... such an amazing fella. Gutted and broken right now. RIP Paul, never forgotten YNWA.”

And Tracy Levene added: “Absolutely wrong, great lad its just heartbreaking... thinking of all the Millea family. So so sad.”

Mr Millea, who police said was from Garston, was found with a stab wound in Shrewsbury Road on Saturday night.

He was taken to hospital in a critical condition, but was later pronounced dead.

A 24-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of Mr Millea’s murder.

*Anyone with information can contact Merseyside Police on 0151 777 4065 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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Source: liverpoolecho.co.uk

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