Sydney police test demise of man known as Sharky Stamp
The body of a man was found in his internal Sydney lodging commission loft on Sunday after a ‘loud night of drinking what’s more, yelling’, neighbors claim.
Mark Russell, 53, was found at 11.30am on Sunday in his level on Clisdell Street, Surry Hills.
Mr Russell, known on the lanes as ‘Sharky Mark’, had been living inside the grungy lodging piece for less than two years.
Homicide police were seen seeking a adjacent light rail development site what’s more, neighboring letterboxes for a conceivable kill weapon on Monday morning.
The Day by day Telegraphinterviewed Mr Russell for a profile in a accumulation of stories on Sydney’s ‘forgotten’ individuals in 2016.
Mark was conceived in Goulburn what’s more, developed up in a broken family. He was surrendered by his father what’s more, his mum was hospitalised after a anxious breakdown at the point when he was exceptionally young.
He what’s more, his sister lived between halfway houses what’s more, he was afterward sent to a encourage family.
Mark ran away from home at 16 what’s more, turn to smoking weed what’s more, drinking, agreeing to the publication.
Neighbour Mike told the Day by day Transmit there was regularly ‘yelling, shouting what’s more, smashed parties’ at Mark’s flat.
‘He had a drinking issue what’s more, was very loud,’ he added.
The Surry Slopes loft square has been cordoned off what’s more, crime police are exploring at the scene.