Death of Norwich photographer and videographer Harvey Lewis Truswell still ‘unexplained’
- Credit: Truswell family
The death of a well-known Norwich photographer and videographer is still being treated as 'unexplained'.
Harvey Lewis Truswell, 23, was found at a flat in Normandie Tower, Rouen Road, Norwich, on April 27.
Emergency services were called around 9pm, but Mr Truswell was found dead.
An investigation was launched by police following Mr Truswell's death.
The death is not believed to be suspicious but a spokesman for Norfolk police said it is still being treated as unexplained.
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The spokesman said: 'We're waiting for further toxicology tests to come back.'
Tributes have poured in from friends of Mr Truswell who has had a JustGiving page set up in his memory aiming to funds for the mental health charity Mind, which was chosen by his family.
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Among the many people to have paid tribute to Mr Truswell are global hip-hop superstars the Wu-tang Clan.