Family of murdered man in Tunbridge Wells issue tribute

Premier Inn Tunbridge Wells

THE family of a man who died in Tunbridge Wells have paid tribute a ‘kind and generous’ person.
Giles Metcalfe, who was 43, is believed to have died as a result of the effects of a fire.
His body was found during the early hours of Tuesday March 7 in a stairway at the Torrington car park.
In a statement, his family said: “We are devastated and shocked at what has happened to Giles and the way he has died.
“Giles was loved very much by family and friends. He was kind at heart and very generous.
“Giles loved all animals and will be missed by all that knew him in and out of his workplace.
“He is at rest now and we ask that our privacy is respected at this difficult time.”
Officers are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding Mr Metcalfe’s death.
James Marshall-Gunn, 29, of Hadlow Road, Tonbridge and Dean Lewis, aged 34 and of no fixed address, have both been charged with Mr Metcalfe’s murder.

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