Coroners appeal for help in finding family after death of Leeds man

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Coroners are seeking the public's help as they try to trace the relatives of Leeds man who died last week.

John Donaghy, 68, died at his home in Lincombe Drive, Gledhow on Friday.

Police said today that his death was the result of natural causes.

Coroners officers have been unable to trace his next of kin as yet, despite enquiries.

Mr Donaghy is thought to have links to Ireland.

Anyone with information on his relatives is asked to contact Coroner's Officer Debbie Howarth on 01924 292301.

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