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Cambridgeshire double deaths: No-one else sought in Tilbrook inquiry

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image captionJames Hunter, 62, died as a result of traumatic head injuries, a post-mortem found

Officers investigating the deaths of two men have concluded no-one else was involved in the incident.

James Hunter, a 62-year-old farmer, was found with head injuries in Tilbrook, Cambridgeshire, on 15 December and died three days later in hospital.

Another man, in his 50s, died at the scene.

Cambs Police were treating the death of Mr Hunter as suspicious, but the other as non-suspicious, and said they were not looking for anyone else.

Files on both deaths have now been handed to the coroner, the force said.

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image captionThe men died after an incident at a property on Covington Road in Tilbrook, near Kimbolton

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