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Death is "not suspicious"

A post-mortem examination has been carried out on a 23-year-old man who died after being found with serious injuries in Hinksey Park, Oxford, on 21st September 2013.

The post-mortem examination has concluded the man died from multiple injuries which appear to be consistent with a fall.

His death is not being treated as suspicious and the inquiry will be handed over to the Oxford Coroner’s office in due course.

Dead man had head and upper body injuries

Police are working to identify a man who died after being found in a park in Oxford. He is believed to have been lying where he was found for some hours and suffered injuries to his head and upper body.

Police are appealing for any witnesses that were in the area of Hinksey Park on the night of 20th September 2013 and heard or saw anything that may assist with the investigation to contact Detective Inspector Paul Miller on the 24-hour non-emergency telephone number 101.


Police investigate "unexplained" death

Police are investigating the unexplained death of a man found injured in Hinksey Park, Oxford on 21st September 2013.

Officers were called at around 8.10am to a report that a man had been found unconscious near the tennis court end of the allotments in Hinksey Park.

The man, thought to be in his early twenties, was taken to the John Radcliffe hospital where he died.