A man has been jailed for life after stabbing his wife in the chest.
Zaneta Kindzierki was found death at her home on Surbiton Road, Newton heath in July this year. Police were alerted after a 15 year old girl told an employee at a nearby ASDA her mother had been killed.
Krzysztof Kindzierski was waiting outside the store but left before officers could get there. Meanwhile, another patrol went to the house and forced open the door. They discovered his Zaneta's body, with a stab wound to the chest in the upstairs bathroom. A blood stained knife was from under a bed.
A short time later two PCSOs saw Kindzierski with his children near the house and he was arrested. Kindzierski was today, sentenced to 18 years, four months imprisonment.
Senior Investigator Duncan Thorpe said: "This is a shocking waste of a life which has had devastating consequences for her children and grandchild. Kindzierski has never said what prompted the attack leading him to stab his wife to death."
We are still trying to establish the circumstances which led to the victim receiving his injuries and I would ask anyone who may have witnessed the attack or heard noises coming from the house to contact police. However, I would like to reassure the community that one man has been arrested and we do not believe the attack was random.
– Detective Inspector Andy Naismith, North Manchester CID