A coroner has confirmed that a 56-year-old woman found dead at her home was identified by her dental records.  

Opening an inquest into the death of Samantha Tingle, senior coroner Jacqueline Lake said the medical cause of her death had been given as “unascertained”.

Evidence read out at Norfolk Coroner’s Court earlier this month heard that Ms Tingle lived at King’s Lynn Caravan and Camping Park off New Road, North Runcton.

Her body was found at her home on June 28 last year and identified by oral surgeon Alan Haddock at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital

Investigations confirmed that Ms Tingle was born on May 11, 1967, in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. 

An inquest to determine the official cause of death will take place in September at the Norwich-based court. 

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