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Police investigating the unexplained death of a man who collapsed in the centre of Gloucester last month are now treating it as non-suspicious.
Darren Elliott, 54, died in Gloucestershire Royal Hospital on Tuesday 8 February after collapsing on Southgate Street the previous day.
Detectives had treated his death as unexplained and have been piecing together his final 48 hours leading up to his death.
They had appealed for anyone with information about his movements to come forward, including customers of a kebab shop on Bristol Road who may have remembered seeing Mr Elliott the day before he died.
Having now spoken to a number of people, officers have confirmed that the death is being treated as non-suspicious.
An inquest into Mr Elliott's death is due to be held at a later date.
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