Death of 14-year-old Neale Wade Academy student not being treated by police as suspicious

PUBLISHED: 10:12 20 March 2017 | UPDATED: 10:12 20 March 2017

Neale Wade Academy .Police revealed today they are not treating the death of a 14-year-old student suspicious.  
Picture: Steve Williams.

Neale Wade Academy .Police revealed today they are not treating the death of a 14-year-old student suspicious. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Police revealed today they are not treating the death of a 14-year-old boy from March as suspicious.

Officers were called at 2.42pm yesterday (Sunday) by the East Anglian ambulance service to reports of the sudden death of a teenage boy in Deerfield Road, March.

“The death is being treated as non-suspicious and has been passed to the coroner,” said the spokesman.

The teenager was a pupil at Neale-Wade Academy and staff at the school have been briefed to support on school authorities have said will be a difficult day.

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