Appeal for information to help trace relatives of dead Elm man

PUBLISHED: 13:51 03 April 2014 | UPDATED: 13:51 03 April 2014

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The Coroner’s office is appealing for help in tracing relatives of a man who died two weeks ago.

Mark Haliday, 46, of The Oaks, Elm, died on March 20.

He may have family in the Devon or Cornwall area.

Anyone with any knowledge of his next of kin should call the Coroner’s office on 0345 045 1364.

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