A man has died after falling from a roof during a Halloween night out.
It is believed the 26 year old, from Southend, had been at a Halloween night at a bar shortly before the fall in the town's Marine Parade in the early hours of yesterday.
He was taken to Southend Hospital where he later died.
A police spokesman said: "Police are not treating his death as suspicious but are preparing a report for the coroner on his movements prior to the incident."
Police want to speak to anyone who was in the area at about 3am.
Witnesses should contact Detective Sergeant Ian Howitt at Southend on 101.
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Two men who were caught on camera during an attempted robbery in Southend are being hunted by police.
The pair were filmed threatening staff with a hammer at Mallard Jewellers on Wednesday. They burst into the shop just before 10am but fled in a blue Peugeot 106 empty handed.
The number of people flying from Southend has rocketed since Easyjet moved to the airport in April.
More than a hundred thousand passengers have travelled through the airport over the last two months.
Southend Council is setting up a new committee to find out about noise levels and flight numbers.
If you travel to Southend today and stumble across Wiltshires' Stonehenge don't think you've taken a wrong turning.
This life sized inflatable replica is visiting the town as part of the celebrations leading up to the Olympics.
The giant blow up creation was made by the Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller and is touring the UK.
Take a look at these people - who seem to be making the most of their opportunity to bounce back in time!
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A 200 tonne building has been lifted onto the end of Southend Pier. It was transported along the Thames last night and will become a cultural centre. It will house exhibitions, performances and artworks.
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