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Coroner plea for help to find family of man who died at 79

PUBLISHED: 12:33 01 October 2020 | UPDATED: 19:59 01 October 2020

The Norfolk Coroner’s Service is trying to find relatives of Nicholas Antony Crowe, who lived at Lord Cecil Court in Thetford. Photo: Google Images

The Norfolk Coroner’s Service is trying to find relatives of Nicholas Antony Crowe, who lived at Lord Cecil Court in Thetford. Photo: Google Images

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An appeal has been made to track down the next of kin of a 79-year-old man who died earlier this month.

An appeal has been made to track down the next of kin of a 79-year-old man who died earlier this month.

The Norfolk Coroner’s Service is trying to find relatives of Nicholas Antony Crowe, who lived at an address at Lord Cecil Court in Thetford.

Mr Crowe died on Thursday, September 24, but extensive enquiries by the Coroner’s Office have failed to identify who his next of kin were.

There were no suspicious circumstances that led to his death.

Anyone with information relating to Mr Crowe should contact the Coroner’s Office in Norwich on 01603 774773.


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