Four released in connection with March ‘unexplained’ death as forensic tests continue
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Four people arrested in connection with the death of a man in March have been released as further forensic tests continue, police say.
Edmundas Tamosauskas, 42, of Creek Road, March, was found dead in the house in multiple occupation (HMO) on April 18.
Three men aged 35, 38 and 53, and a woman aged 42, who were arrested on suspicion of murder shortly after the incident.
Officers said the post-mortem concluded that Mr Tamosauskas had suffered head trauma but the death was still being treated as ‘unexplained’.
A Cambridgeshire Police spokesperson said: “Further forensic tests are required.
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“All four people arrested in connection with the incident have been released under investigation.”
Those living in the £60 a week rented rooms at the HMO were moved out shortly after the body was discovered.
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One tenant, whose transfer to a hotel was organised by police, explained how he returned home to find police on his doorstep.
He said: “Someone said ‘there’s another one dead’ because we had someone else die there in December 2016 in the same house.”