Tuesday, 3 May 2016

A man and a woman are detained after 17-year-old Faye Allen died having apparently taken a pill nicknamed "MasterCard".
14:52, UK,Tuesday 03 May 2016
Faye Allen died the first time she went clubbing
Police investigating the death of a teenage girl after she took an ecstasy pill have arrested two people.
Faye Allen suffered an adverse reaction after apparently taking a pill nicknamed "MasterCard" while on a night out in Manchester.
Officers were called to Victoria Warehouse in Trafford in the early hours of Monday morning but the 17-year-old died in hospital a short time later.
A 19-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman arrested in the St Helens area are being held on suspicion of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug.
Detective Chief Inspector Ben Ewart of Greater Manchester Police's Trafford Division said: "Our thoughts and condolences remain with the family of this girl at this heart-breaking time.
"We have made two arrests in connection with this investigation and currently have a man and a woman in custody who will be questioned later today.
"Sadly, we know that other people will have taken this form of ecstasy, known as 'MasterCard', and we are continuing to urge anybody who may have taken it to please get themselves checked out.
'Mastercard' ecstasy
"If you have information that you believe can assist us with our investigation or you know where this drug may have come from then please contact police."
It is understood that Faye had been attending the venue with her boyfriend and it was the first time she had been clubbing.
Friends have been paying tribute to her on social media.
Erin Kidd posted: "Can't believe it! rest in peace gorgeous girl," while Sarah Taylor added, "rest in peace beautiful, miss u".
Leah Gallagher wrote: "Can't believe your gone! remember always dancing to the boom box in the yard, just so sad love goes out to all your family and close friends, forever young gorgeous xxx."
Tommy Forsyth wrote that it was "out of character" for the teenager, who "loved her family".
He said she was "an awesome kid" who had a "cheeky smile that made her look like she was still 2 years old and she loved her family. These are the things everyone should remember her for".
In a statement, Victoria Warehouse said it "would like to convey our deepest sympathies to the family of the deceased, and will continue to assist Greater Manchester Police with their inquiries".