Man found dead in Beckenham- death ‘unexplained’

16:45 13 March 2012

The 49-year-old man was found dead in Birchwood Avenue, Beckenham. Picture by Andy Barnes

The 49-year-old man was found dead in Birchwood Avenue, Beckenham. Picture by Andy Barnes

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A forensic tent was set up at the house where a 49-year-old man was fatally injured in the early hours of Tuesday morning (13).

Police and ambulance were called to Birchwood Avenue in Beckenham at around 12.30am.

The man was taken to hospital but later died. His death is being treated by police as ‘unexplained’.

Forensic teams remained at the address on Tuesday afternoon. There have been no arrests.

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