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UPDATE WEDNESDAY 11.25AM: Death of man found at Holbeach house ‘not suspicious’, say police




Lincolnshire Police news.
Lincolnshire Police news.

The death of a man in his 40s whose body was found at a house in Holbeach on Monday is not being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed today.

Emergency services were called to a house in Fleet Street shortly before 9am on Monday and the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

An East Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We was called to an address at 8.59am on Monday, September 11.

“We sent a responder and an ambulance.”

The matter is now in the hands of South Lincolnshire Coroner’s Office and a spokesman said: “A post-mortem has taken place but the pathologist is carrying out further tests to find oout what the cause of death was.

“However, the police aren’t looking at any third party involvement in this case.”

MONDAY 4.15PM: Man’s body found at Holbeach house after ‘unexplained’ death

Police are treating the death of a man aged in his 40s who was found at a house in Holbeach today as “unexplained”.

Emergency services were called to a house in Fleet Street shortly after 9am this morning (Monday 11th September) where the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: “A post-mortem examination will take place in due course to determine the cause of death which is being treated as unexplained in the meantime.”

Anyone with information should call 101, quoting incident number 96 of September 11.



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