Man aged 30 dies after collapsing

Police
Police
  • Police are not treating death of man, 30, as suspicious
  • Officers wish to speak to Good Samaritan who came to his aid while collapsed
  • Investigation aims to piece together man’s final movements

Police want to hear from a Good Samaritan who assisted a man who collapsed and later died in Hemel Hempstead last night.

Officers are not treating the death of the 30 year old as suspicious, but are appealing to the person who went to his aid to come forward with more information.
The force was called to a property in Wensleydale at around 11pm last night by the ambulance service after concerns for the man’s welfare, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Whilst at this stage it is believed there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, we are making inquiries to confirm the man’s final movements.

Det Con Francis Mungai

A member of the public is thought to have helped the man back into his multi-occupancy property while he was conscious, and left him in the care of others.

Det Con Francis Mungai, investigating, said: “Whilst at this stage it is believed there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, we are making

inquiries to confirm the man’s final movements.

“I would be keen to hear from the member of the public who found the man collapsed outside the property and took him inside before leaving. If this was you please contact me.”

If you can assist please contact Det Con Mungai using the Herts Police non-emergency number 101, quoting ISR 703 of March 10.