Man dies out of the blue at Renfrew house as police cordon off space with blue tent

A person has died out of the blue at his Renfrew house this morning, January 22.

Police had been referred to as simply earlier than 11am and sped to the scene on Paisley Street the place the physique of a 53-year-old man, who has not but been named, was discovered on the tackle.

There are not any suspicious circumstances surrounding the person’s loss of life at the moment, police have confirmed, however enquiries are ongoing to determine precisely what occurred, reviews the Daily Record.

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A photograph taken on the scene reveals a tent erected on the entrance of the property, blocking it off from view to motorists and passers-by.

The encompassing space has additionally been cordoned off, stretching from the bus cease to close by retailers whereas two uniformed cops stand guard.

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A Police Scotland spokesperson mentioned: “We obtained a report of the sudden loss of life of a 53-year-old man on Paisley Street, Renfrew round 10.55am on Sunday, 22 January, 2023.

“The loss of life is at the moment being handled as unexplained however non-suspicious. A report can be despatched to the Procurator Fiscal.”


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