Police investigating after man found dead at Lidl
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Police are investigating after a man was found dead at a supermarket.
Officers were called to Lidl, near King's Lynn's town centre at around 11.30am today, following what was described as concern for the safety of a man in a car. An ambulance was also sent to the scene.
Norfolk police said a man had been found deceased in a car.
Enquries into the death are ongoing but it is not believed to be suspicious at this stage. Forensic officers are now examining the vehicle.
A police spokesman said: 'The death is currently being treated as unexplained and a seal has been put in place at the location whilst initial enquiries are carried out.'
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It is not clear how long the car had been in the car park. A spokesman for Lidl said: 'We were extremely sorry to learn of this and will, of course, be supporting the authorities with their enquiries in any way we can.'
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