King’s Lynn stabbing death “not suspicious”
The death of a Lithuanian man who died from a stab wound to the heart is no longer being treated as suspicious, police said today.
Vidas Cepas, 50, was found outside a bungalow on Walker Street, King's Lynn, on Saturday, November 7.
Paramedics and an air ambulance attended the scene but Mr Cepas could not be saved.
A 50-year-old woman and two men, aged 50 and 36, were arrested the day after Mr Cepas died. They were released on bail without being charged.
Today a Norfolk police spokesman said the death was now being treated a not suspicious and the investigation into the circumstances leading up to it had now been passed to the coroner.
An inquest into Mr Cepas's death has been opened and adjourned. The cause of death was described as a stab wound to the heart.