Death of man in Hemingford Grey ‘not being treated as suspicious’

PUBLISHED: 09:23 21 September 2017

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Police have confirmed that the death of a man in Hemingford Grey is not being treated as suspicious.

Officers were called at about 9.30am on Tuesday (September 19) after concerns were raised for a man living at a property in Daintree Way.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire police said the man was pronounced dead at the scene and an investigation into the incident was launched.

However, there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the man’s death and the spokesman added that a file had been passed to the coroner’s office.

An inquest is expected to be opened in the coming week.

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