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Named ‘amazing and talented’ couple who died in Canterbury tattoo parlor tragedy

Catalin Micu, 54, and Ramona Stoia, 35, were named at the scene as those sadly found dead at an address in Lower Bridge Street, Canterbury, Kent

Catalin Micu, 54, and Ramona Stoia, 35, were named at the scene as those sadly found dead at an address in Lower Bridge Street, Canterbury
Catalin Micu, 54, and Ramona Stoia, 35, were named at the scene as those sadly found dead at an address in Lower Bridge Street, Canterbury

A couple who died in a tragic tragedy have been named and pictured on site.

Catalin Micu, 54, and Ramona Stoia, 35, were named at the scene as those sadly found dead at an address in Lower Bridge Street, Canterbury, Kent.

Local reports claim the couple have a son together and run tattoo parlor GothInk.

They were both pronounced dead at the scene after officers arrived at the studio Monday night.

Police sealed off a tattoo parlor after unconfirmed reports of an alleged “stabbing.”

Several emergency vehicles, including at least eight police vehicles and four ambulances, were seen parked at the Gothink tattoo parlor following the incident.






A 35-year-old woman found dead at the property was identified locally as Ramona Stoia

A Catalin customer hailed the couple, saying: “I really can’t believe this! Catalin did all my 6 tattoos, he even designed my whole sleeve for me.

“I went to see him before he even opened Gothink. His wife Ramona was absolutely adorable. Both treated me so well.

“I’ll never be forever when I was tattooed there for 6 hours and Ramona ran over and got me a McDonald’s, always so kind and gave out candy so I could put on a full 7 hour tattoo.

“I’m disappointed that I can’t get my tattoo from Ramona. Both absolutely amazing artists and my heart goes out to their son!.







A police car outside Gothink Tattoo Studio in Canterbury
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Forensics outside the property after the bodies of a man and woman were found
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“RIP Catalin Micu & Ramona. You will definitely be sorely missed as will your incredible talent.”

An eyewitness at the scene told Kent Online Monday night: “There are so many cops. At least eight police vehicles, four ambulances and dozens of armed officers.

“The ring road is completely closed on Lower Bridge Street, from St Georges roundabout to the magistrates’ court.”

A Kent Police spokesman said: “Detectives from the Serious Crime Directorate of Kent and Essex are investigating the deaths of two people in Canterbury.







Forensics outside a locked down tattoo parlor on Lower Bridge Street in Canterbury
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“At 5.19pm Monday, officers attended an address on Lower Bridge Street where a 54-year-old man and 35-year-old woman, who knew each other, were pronounced dead at the scene.

“The investigation into the circumstances of the incident is ongoing.”

Officials are currently looking for no one else in connection with the investigation.

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