Police are no longer treating the death of a man who died from head injuries in a Leeds street as murder.
Nicolai Brown, 27, was found by officers in Back Moorfield Terrace, Armley, on Monday night after police were called to reports of a man in distress in the street in neighbouring Moorfield Avenue.
He was treated by paramedics but died at the scene.
A 43-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident.
But a post mortem examination showed Mr Brown died as a result of a serious skull fracture consistent with a fall.
The man who was arrested has been released without charge.
Detective Superintendent Nick Wallen, of West Yorkshire Police Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “The initial circumstances surrounding Mr Brown’s death were very suspicious and it was entirely appropriate that we treated it as a murder investigation.
“As a result of comprehensive enquiries into his movements in the time leading up to his death and the results of a full forensic post mortem examination we are now satisfied that his death is not suspicious. A file is being prepared for the Coroner so that an inquest can be held.
“Our sympathies are very much with Mr Brown’s family who have been informed of our findings.”