Neigbours of a husband and wife found dead in their home in Norfolk have been described as a 'lovely couple'.
The retired pair were found dead in their bungalow in Caister-on-Sea near Great Yarmouth on Tuesday Police say the deaths are not being treated as suspicious.
Police investigating the discovery of two bodies in Caister-on Sea in Norfolk have confirmed that the deaths are not being treated as suspicious. The couple were found in their bungalow on Tuesday and have been named locally as Barry and Jean Ellis.
Further toxicology tests are being carried out to establish exact cause of death but Norfolk Police say initial findings suggest the woman’s death may have been due to natural causes.
Early reports that they may have died as the result of carbon monoxide poisoning have been dismissed by officers who say there's no evidence of that.
A bungalow in Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk remains sealed off this morning following the deaths of two people.
Police were called to the property on Upper Grange Crescent on Tuesday lunchtime following concerns for the safety of the occupants. After officers forced entry, the bodies of a man and a woman believed to be in their 60s and 70s were found inside.
– Detective Inspector Sarah Pettengell, Norfolk Police
“Whilst the deaths are currently being treated as unexplained, we are not looking for anyone else in connection with them. We are continuing to carry out inquiries at the house and the focus of our investigation is inside the property.”
Post mortem examinations are due to take place today.
A man and a woman have been found dead inside a house in Caister-on-Sea in Norfolk.
Norfolk Police forced entry into the house in Upper Grange Crescent yesterday lunchtime following concerns for the safety of those inside.
The deaths are being treated as unexplained and the house has been sealed off.
A post-mortem will take place today.