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Bodmin Body Identified

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5:33pm 21st July 2014

Police name the man whose body was found in a field near Bodmin.

Gary Nice from Milbrook was 47.

A dog walker made discovered the body in the field at the back of Gilbert Road on Tuesday 15th July.

Officers are treating his death as unexplained but not suspicious.

Devon and Cornwall Police have released the following information:

The deceased man has been formally identified as Gary Nice, 47, from Milbrook.
 
A forensic post-mortem has been conducted and his death remains unexplained.
 
Although his death is not being treated as suspicious detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances in order to prepare a report for the coroner.
 
Anyone who saw Gary, or had contact with him, between Thursday 3 July and Tuesday 15 July is asked to call Bodmin CID on 101, quoting EN/141471/14.

5:33pm 21st July 2014

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