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POLICE ARE APPEALING FOR THE NEXT-OF-KIN OF STEWART THOMPSON, AGED 73 FROM SWINTON


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Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace the family of a man who lived in Swinton. 

Stewart Thompson, 73, has sadly passed away at his home address on Melbourne Street, Swinton on 14 September 2020.

Police say that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

If anyone has any information about Stewart’s next of kin they should contact the Bolton Police Coroner’s Office on 0161 856 4687. 

 


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