Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Men's death causes 'not yet known' inquests hear

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Image caption Both inquests were held at Douglas courthouse

Further tests are needed to establish how two men died at separate properties on the Isle of Man, a coroner has been told.

Douglas courthouse heard Keith Campbell, 51, was found dead at his flat on St Paul's Square, Ramsey, on 15 January.

Jay Radcliffe, a 27-year-old plasterer, was found dead at his flat on Mona Street in Douglas three days later.

Both deaths are being treated as "unexplained" by Isle of Man Police.

Coroner John Needham said in both inquests that he was awaiting the result of toxicology reports.

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