Police have confirmed that a man has been killed after being electrocuted at a Marks and Spencer store in Tunbridge Wells.
Ambulance crews were called just after 3pm to the store in Calverley Road.
Kent Police have confirmed that the man was not a member of staff or a customer.
A spokeswoman said that the Health and Safety Executive have been informed.
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