Police issue update into sudden death of man in Burnley

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Police have issued an update following the unexplained death of a man in Burnley in March, which was originally treated as a criminal enquiry.

Police officers were called to an address on Harley Street in the Ightenhill area of town at about 3-20pm on Saturday, March 2nd after Paul Inskip was found with serious injuries.

He was taken to hospital but sadly died there on Saturday, March 9th. A post-mortem examination showed Mr Inskip (55) from Burnley died from a head injury.

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Police have issued an update following the death of a man in BurnleyPolice have issued an update following the death of a man in Burnley
Police have issued an update following the death of a man in Burnley

A police spokesman has now issued the following statement in relation to the investigation into Mr Inskip’s death.

The statement reads: “Following thorough enquiries, we have now concluded the police investigation and Paul’s death is no longer being treated as a criminal inquiry. A file will be passed to HM Coroner and the matter will proceed to inquest.

“Our thoughts remain with Paul’s loved ones at this time.”