Inquest into death of Wisbech man, 51, adjourned

13:50 06 June 2014

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An inquest into a 51-year-man who died at his home has been opened and adjourned.

Craig Spencer, of Staithe Road, Wisbech, died on June 1.

The cause of death is provisionally given as unascertained pending toxicology report.

The inquest will resume on October 29.

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