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POLICE APPEAL TO TRACE THE FAMILY OF ROBERT SHARP FROM LOWER BROUGHTON

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Robert, aged 81, has sadly passed away at his home address of Rockbank, Lower Broughton Road, Salford on 26 July 2019 and police are trying to find members of his family to inform them.

There are believed to be no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

If you can help or have any information about Robert’s next of kin, you should contact the Police Coroners Officer on 0161 856 4687




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