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Monday, 28 July 2014

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Police name man found dead in house

A man found dead at a house in west Cumbria has been named.

He was William John Quayle, aged 37.

Mr Quayle, originally from Whitehaven, died suddenly at a house in Crummock Avenue, on the town’s Woodhouse estate.

Police were called to the scene by paramedics at 4.20pm on Saturday.

Mr Quayle was pronounced dead at the scene.

Following his death, five occupants were arrested on suspicion of drug-related matters. They have been bailed until May 18 while the investigation continues.

Details have been passed to west Cumbria’s coroner.

Police have appealed for anyone with information about what happened to call them on 101.

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