Coroner’s appeal to relatives after two Leeds pensioners found dead



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Coroner’s officers in Leeds are appealing for any relatives of two men found dead at their homes in the Beeston and Armley areas to get in contact.

Kenneth Massey, 89, of Tempest Road, Beeston, died of natural causes on at his home on Monday April 25

Mr Massey was originally from Shropshire but no further details are known about him.

Coroner’s officers in Leeds are also appealing for any relatives of Robert Siddall to get in contact.

Mr Siddall, 69, was found dead at his home address of Fearnley Place, Armley, on April 25. He died of natural causes.

It is thought Mr Siddall had a sister called Christine who was originally from the Leeds area.

Anyone with information about Mr Massey’s relatives is asked to contact coroner’s officer Mandy Samson on 01924 292301.

Any relatives or anyone with information about Mr Siddall is asked to call coroner’s officer Clive Firth on 01924 292301.

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