Police confirm “unexplained” Dereham death was not suspicious
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Detectives have confirmed the death of a man whose body was found at a flat in Dereham in February is not suspicious.
Police were called to a property in Boundary Close at 2.45pm on Friday, February 3 after concerns were raised for the safety of a man at the flat.
Upon arrival at the property, police discovered the body of a 48-year-old Stuart Yates.
An investigation was launched with the death initially being treated as unexplained.
Post mortem examinations proved conclusive.
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But following various tests police have confirmed the death was not suspicious.
A file will now be prepared for the Norfolk Coroner's Office.
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Following the discovery of Mr Yates' body a cordon was put in place and officers carried out door to door enquiries as part of the probe.
Boundary Close is on the Pavilion Way estate, off Norwich Road.