Appeal for information made about dead Whittlesey man

PUBLISHED: 14:01 30 January 2014 | UPDATED: 14:02 30 January 2014

The coroner delivered his verdict on Mr Goold's death

The coroner delivered his verdict on Mr Goold's death

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The Coroner’s office is appealing for help in tracing relatives of a Fenland man who died earlier this month.

John Howie, 54, of Glenfields, Whittlesey, died on January 23.

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

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