A man has been found dead inside a flat in Oxfordshire.

Officers found the 42-year-old man dead at the property in Russ Avenue, Faringdon at around 11:30am on Saturday (March 25).

The death is being treated as unexplained by Thames Valley Police with an investigation ongoing with the coroner to understand the circumstances. 

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A Thames Valley Police spokesperson “We received a report that a 42-year-old man had sadly been found dead at a property in Russ Avenue, Faringdon, at around 11.30am on Saturday (25/3).

“The death is being treated as unexplained and an investigation is ongoing with the coroner to understand the circumstances.

“His next of kin has been informed and have been offered support. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.”

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One eyewitness recalled seeing an ambulance and two police cars before further emergency service vehicles arrived later on.

This is the second unexplained death in Oxfordshire in the past week with the body of a man, aged in his 30s, being found yesterday.

A member of the public found the body in the early hours of the morning and Thames Valley Police were immediately notified.

Officers were called to the scene, nearby to Churchill Hospital and on the edge of Oxford Golf Club’s course, at 6:45am.

The body was found close to a bridge by the golf course and nearby to Sobell House at Churchill Hospital.