A murder inquiry has been dropped after a post mortem concluded there was “no third party” involvement in the death of a man in his 50s in Cambridgeshire.
A Cambridgeshire police spokesperson said: “Following extensive investigations over the past four days and a post mortem which concluded today, officers from the Major Crime Unit are satisfied that there was no third-party involvement in the sudden death of a man in Oswald Close, Ramsey on Tuesday.
“A file has been passed to the coroner.
“Because the death is no longer being treated as suspicious, we will not be releasing the identity of the man.”
Emergency services were called to reports of concern for a man, in his 50s, at a property in Oswald Close, Ramsey at 3.41pm on May 2.
A short while later the man was confirmed to have died.
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