Woman's sudden death not believed to be suspicious
- Credit: Anthony Carroll
Police investigating after a Gorleston woman was found dead at home say her death is not believed to be suspicious.
Police had been called to the home after a report of a sudden death.
A statement from Norfolk Police said: "The death is being treated as unexplained but not believed to be suspicious. A post mortem examination will take place in due course."
Neighbours had said a family-of-three lived at the address, a woman and her two adult children.
It is believed one of the woman's adult children had died.
There had been a heavy police presence at the home on Thursday night and into Friday afternoon.
Neighbours had spoken of their shock of what had happened to the woman and said the family had "kept themselves to themselves".
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