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Sudden death not being treated as suspicious.

POLICE have said that the sudden death of a man at an address in Ellesmere Port is not being treated as suspicious.

Officers were called to an address in Clayhill Green, Little Sutton, shortly before 7pm on Wednesday, January 2 following reports of a sudden death.

A spokesman for Cheshire police said that on arrival at the address, officers found the body of a deceased 48-year-old man.

However they added that the death is not being treated as suspicious, and they are now assisting the coroner's office with their enquiries.

The spokesman said: "At 6.59pm on Wednesday 2 January police were called to reports of a sudden death at an address on Clayhill Green in Little Sutton.

"On arrival officers discovered the body of a 48-year-old man. The death isn't being treated as suspicious and a file has been prepared for the coroner."

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Publication:Chester Chronicle (Chester, England)
Date:Jan 10, 2019
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