Coroner seeks family of former glass factory worker from Pontefract

Coroner's officers want to trace the family of a man who was found dead in his home in Pontefract.
Coroner's officers want to trace the family of a man who was found dead in his home in Pontefract.

Coroner’s officers are appealing for help in tracing any relatives of a former glass factory worker from Pontefract who died earlier this month.

Harold Foster was found dead at his home on Linden Terrace on March 13.

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West Yorkshire Police said today that his death was not being treated as suspicious.

A spokesman said: "It is known that Mr Foster was divorced and had worked as a glass factory worker but no information is held for his next of kin."

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Any family members or anyone with information about any relatives of Mr Foster are asked to call Coroner’s Officer John Bracewell on 01924 292301.

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