Murder probe after death of Glenrothes man in England

Paul Carscadden was a much-loved son
Paul Carscadden was a much-loved son

The death of a former Glenrothes man has led to a murder inquiry being launched in England, reports MIKE DELANEY.

Paul Carscadden was killed after being struck by a bus in Leamington Spa town centre around 11.30pm on 24 June.

A 47 year-old man has since been arrested on suspicion of murder and released on police bail pending further inquiries.

Mr Carscadden, who was 40 years-old, lived with his civil partner in the Warwickshire town.

His father, David, paid tribute on behalf of the family.

He said: “Paul was a much-loved son, brother, uncle and partner who lived life to the full. He will be sadly missed by all those who knew him.”

Mr Carscadden was a former head of customer service at Potterton’s, a boiler-making company in the area.

Warwickshire Police have asked for witnesses to the incident to come forward.