Man charged with robbery after Michael Broxholme death

Michael Broxholme Michael Broxholme was pushed to the ground and robbed of £70

A man has been charged in connection with the robbery of a man who later died in hospital.

Michael Broxholme, 69, was pushed to the ground and robbed of £70 near garages leading to Hermit Street, Lincoln, in June.

A 23-year-old, from Skegness, has been charged with robbery and will appear before magistrates later.

A post-mortem examination has been carried out on Mr Broxholme's body but proved inconclusive.

Officers said they were awaiting the results of a second post-mortem and further tests.

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