Elmsett: Discovery of man’s body not treated as suspicious after post-mortem examination rules natural causes death

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Police are not treating the discovery of a man’s body in Elmsett as suspicious after it was ruled he died of natural causes.

The body of a man, in his 80s, was found at a property in The Street at 12.40pm on Wednesday.

A Suffolk Police spokesman has today revealed the force is not treating the death as suspicious after it was ruled he died from natural causes in a post-mortem examination held yesterday.

The spokesman added: “Police were contacted by the ambulance service at around 12:40pm reporting that they were in attendance at a property in The Street and the body of a man, who was in his eighties, had been found inside.

A Home Office post mortem was held yesterday afternoon, Thursday 7 June and concluded that the man had died of natural causes.”


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A scene was placed at the property by police, which has now been lifted.

The death will now been referred to the coroner.

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