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UPDATED: Unexplained Death in King's Lynn

UPDATED: Unexplained Death in King's Lynn

Published by KLFM
6:05am 26th June 2013. (Updated at 7:12am 27th June 2013)


A Post Mortem examination has concluded that the man died from a stab wound to the heart.

But police say that early indications suggest that no one else was involved in the death.

It's still being treated as unexplained and detectives will continue to investigate. A cordon remains around the flat on Butterwick, which is just off Gayton Road.

A file has now been passed to the coroner's office.



Police are investigating an unexplained death at a King's Lynn flat after the body of a man in his 50's was found yesterday

It's happened on Butterwick, which is just off Gayton Road, late yesterday afternoon.

Detectives will now try and find out what happened.

Formal identification of the bodyhas not yet taken place. A post mortem examination will take place in due course to establish the his cause of death.

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