The family of Mr Kulinski who died after an attack on Sunday 14 October have paid tribute to him. They have described him as a ‘loving father and partner’.
Piotr Kulinski, 32, was living in Carlisle but originated from Poland. He was found with stab wounds on Arnside Road on 14th October, he later died from his injuries
Piotr’s partner said on behalf of his family:
"Piotr was a loving father and partner who was loved very much by his family. He will never be forgotten, we think about him all the time and miss him greatly."
Six people have appeared at Carlisle magistrates in relation to Mr Kulinski's death, three charged with murder and three charged with assisting an offender. They are all Polish Nationals and were remanded in custody. They'll appear at Carlisle Crown Court on Monday 22nd October.
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