Death of man in Norwich ‘not suspicious’
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Police investigating the death of a man in Norwich can confirm there are no suspicious circumstances.
Officers were called by the East of England Ambulance Service at approximately 5.40pm on Tuesday following the discovery of the body of a man in a property in Upper St Giles Street.
The death is not being treated as suspicious and a Home Office post mortem examination, which was carried out today, Wednesday 30 January, revealed the man died as a result of natural causes.
The area was sealed off whilst initial enquiries were carried out, but this has since been lifted.
A woman in her 30s, who was arrested in connection with the incident, will face no further police action.
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