Deaths of men in Boston could be linked say police

Union Street, Boston
Union Street, Boston

The unexplained death of a man in Boston is being investigated by police.

At 7pm yesterday, Tuesday March 29, police were called to a house on Union Street, Boston. A deceased man was found in the premises. He is believed to be an occupant, aged 42.

The death is being treated as unexplained and a post mortem will be carried out in due course in an effort to establish the cause of death.

Police are exploring the possibility that both this death and the death of the 22-year-old man found in woodland on Fenside Road, Boston on Saturday. March 26 are drugs related.

Whilst the investigations are ongoing officers say they will continue to take positive action in response to any information relating to drug abuse.

In the meantime police are warning users of illegal drugs to be aware of the dangers involved and recommend they seek medical advice as an alternative.

Police are not yet in a position to release the name of the dead man as no formal identification has been carried out.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the 101 non-emergency number.

In a thought to be unrelated incident A man was arrested after a man wad found dead in Boston this morning.