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3rd December 2013

Police find body in Withington

Circumstances currently being treated as ‘unsuspicious’ by Greater Manchester Police

Police and ambulance crews discovered the body of a man outside a block of flats in Withington shortly before 2pm today (3rd December), following reports from members of the public.

Police cordoned of the scene, on Tatton Grove, next to the Red Lion pub on Wilmslow Road, for two hours. An ambulance and forensic van came and went.

A police officer at the scene told The Mancunion that the circumstances were “not being treated as suspicious at this stage.”

The identity and age of the man remains unknown to the public. Detectives have begun an investigation into the circumstances of his death.

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