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Sudden death of a man in Vancouver

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 04 Jul, 2024 04:33 PM
  • Sudden death of a man in Vancouver

Police in Vancouver are asking for the public's help to identify two men who they say might have information about the sudden death of another man.

They say the 35-year-old man was found dead in his apartment in the city's West End neighbourhood on May 30th, and while the cause of his death hasn't been confirmed, major crime investigators have been collecting evidence.

Police have released photos of two people who were seen with the man before his death, saying they might have important information about what happened.

The two men are described as being around 35 years old -- one with a long brown and grey beard and another with short brown hair and a goatee -- and anyone with information is asked to call the V-P-D.

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