Castletown death: Neil Roberts death cause 'not yet known'

Neil Edward Roberts from Ballabeg Neil Roberts was found dead at a property on Queen's Street on 1 December

The cause of death of a man found dead in Castletown in the Isle of Man is "yet to be established" an inquest has heard.

Neil Roberts, 60, from Ballabeg, was found dead at a house in Queen's Street on 1 December.

Coroner John Needham said on Thursday that the cause of death was not yet known.

Ian Anderson, 45, will next appear in Douglas courthouse on 4 February charged with Mr Roberts' murder.

A 47-year-old woman, who was also arrested in connection with the death, was released in December without charge.

Mr Needham opened and adjourned the inquest and released Mr Roberts body to his family.

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