Lyme Regis death: No sign of break-in
POLICE have said there were no signs of a break-in at the home of a Lyme Regis man whose death is being treated as unexplained .
POLICE have said there were no signs of a break-in at the home of a Lyme Regis man whose death is being treated as "unexplained".
A police spokesman said: "There were no signs of forced entry into the man's house and we believe that nothing has been stolen."
A formal identification has yet to take place, but police have confirmed he was aged in his 80s.
Officers are still trying to locate the next of kin.
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The spokesman said: "The message at the moment is that we are still trying to locate the next of kin and we are doing everything possible."
A post-mortem is being carried out today and further updates are expected this afternoon.
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