Death of woman in King’s Lynn is not being treated as suspicious

09:58 15 July 2014

Archant

Police investigating the unexplained death of a woman in King’s Lynn have confirmed the incident is not being treated as suspicious.

It comes after the body of a 28-year-old woman was discovered at a property in Richmond Place at about 10.30pm on Sunday (July 13).

Following a post mortem examination Norfolk Police confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances, although further toxicology tests are being carried out to establish a precise cause of death.

A file will be prepared for HM Coroner in due course.

Two men, aged in their late 20s and late 30s, arrested in connection with the incident have been released without charge.

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