Police have arrested a man from Stoke-on-Trent after finding a body of a 69-year-old man at a property in the area.
Officers were called to an address in Victoria Road in Fenton, Staffordshire at around 2pm yesterday.
Staffordshire Police have arrested a 59-year-old also from Stoke-on-Trent in connection.
The death is being treated as suspicious and an investigation is now underway.
West Mercia Police are appealing for help from the public to find Veronica Stanley, who was last seen on Friday at her home in Wellington, Telford.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the 53-year-olds welfare.
She is described as a white female, with long grey hair, wearing black leggings, with white and pink Reebok classic trainers and is also possibly wearing a long baggy top.
A student who suffered life-changing injuries in the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash has had her right leg amputated, her lawyers have said.
This morning, my client, Vicky Balch, has had her right leg amputated below the knee. Vicky has had a long and incredibly painful fight to retain her leg. Regrettably, her bravery has not been rewarded.
The step was taken to remove the leg following seven bouts of surgery. Further surgery will be required in the immediate future, which may involve a more acute amputation.
Ms Balch is the second of the crash victims to lose a limb; Leah Washington had to have her left leg amputated earlier this month.
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18-year-old Joe Pugh has been discharged from the Royal Stoke University Hospital after being seriously injured in the crash on the Smiler roller coaster.
Both of Joe's knees were shattered in the crash as the carriage he was sat in crashed with a test vehicle.
He also suffered injuries to his hand.
Joe's girlfriend Leah Washington (17), who was being treated at the same hospital, needed to have a left leg amputated above the knee after as her crash injuries were so severe.
JCB has won one of its biggest single orders after being awarded a contract worth over £50 million.
A plant-hire company has announced that it will be buying more than 1500 machines from the Staffordshire-based digger manufacturer.
Alton Towers has released interim payments to assist with the rehabilitation of a Barnsley couple who were left seriously injured after a rollercoaster crashed. The Smiler ride has been closed since the incident which saw Leah Washington have to have her leg amputated, with her boyfriend Joe Pugh also suffering serious injuries.
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One of the key figures in the fight for an inquiry into Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust is in Westminster today.
Julie Bailey is demanding the Health Secretary reverses a decision to stop research into safe nursing levels.
The campaigner will personally hand a letter to Jeremy Hunt asking him to continue the study.
Ms Bailey founded the campaign group Cure The NHS after being appalled by the care she witnessed her mother receive at the hospital.
A victim of the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash who faces having her leg amputated said she "just wanted to die" as she waited hours to be rescued from the ride.
Vicky Balch, 20, from Lancashire, is among five people who were seriously injured when the Smiler ride collided with an empty carriage on June 2.
Her lawyer Paul Paxton said she is "battling" to save her leg following the crash, which led to fellow victim Leah Washington, 17, having her leg amputated above the knee.
Miss Balch was sitting in the front seats alongside Miss Washington, Miss Washington's boyfriend Joe Pugh, 18, who shattered his knee, and Daniel Thorpe, 27, a hotel assistant-manager from Buxton in Derbyshire who was treated for a collapsed lung and fractured leg.
Chandaben Chauhan, 49, of Wednesbury, West Midlands, also suffered injuries.
Speaking for the first time about the crash and the four-and-a-half-hour wait for rescue Miss Balch told reporters:-
It felt like slow motion. We banged into the car in front. I felt the bars go into my knees; we moved backwards and the car went into us again.
"I passed out. I was awoken by Dan shouting my name. Everyone was screaming and I was in excruciating pain. I looked down and I could see blood all over.
"The bars were in my right knee.
"The only thought that was going through my mind for the hours and hours that we were stuck was that we were going to die. If I was going to survive I would never walk again, that was certain.
"I thought it was never going to end. I just wanted to die."
Alton Towers has said it is in contact with the victims of the crash and their families.
We have made contact with all the families and have assured them that we will provide full support to all of those involved, now and throughout their recovery and rehabilitation."