Man and woman found dead at Norfolk house
Wednesday 13 February 2013
Police are investigating after a man and woman were found dead inside a house.
The bodies were discovered at a property in Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk, after police forced their way in.
A spokeswoman for Norfolk Constabulary said police were called to the house in Upper Grange Crescent around lunchtime yesterday after concerns were raised about the safety of the occupants.
Officers sealed the address while forensic investigations took place.
The deaths of the pair, who have not yet been identified, are being treated as unexplained, police said.
Post-mortem examinations will take place later today.
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