Probe after body found in toilet block
INVESTIGATIONS are continuing after a man's body was discovered in an Ipswich toilet block.An ambulance was called to the toilets at Major's Corner, opposite the Odeon cinema, at around midnight yesterday .
INVESTIGATIONS are continuing after a man's body was discovered in an Ipswich toilet block.
An ambulance was called to the toilets at Major's Corner, opposite the Odeon cinema, at around midnight yesterday .
A spokesman for the ambulance service said: "We received a call to say that a man, believed to be in his mid-40s had been found in the toilets.
"He was not conscious or breathing, and was already deceased when we arrived. It was then left in the hands of the police."
The East Anglian Ambulance service notified the police who cordoned off the area.
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Police will also be trying to identify the man and inform his next-of-kin. At this stage police are treating the death as unexplained.
The body was removed in the early hours of yesterdaymorning and has been taken to Ipswich Hospital where a post mortem examination was due to be carried out.
A Suffolk police spokesman said: "Ipswich police were called by the ambulance service just after midnight, following the discovery of a man's body in the public toilets on Major's Corner.
"At this point in time police are treating the death as unexplained."