United States – At approximately 2:10 a.m. Thursday, June 8 local time, West Mercia police were dispatched to Brook Retail Park in Hereford in response to a request for assistance. After the accident, Paul Dabin, who had no fixed residence in Hereford, was sent to hospital; nevertheless, he was unable to overcome the effects of his injuries and died. When law enforcement officials began investigating the incident, one of the first questions they asked was whether or not they should investigate the possibility that his death was the result of a criminal act. They also continued their investigation of the incident throughout this period. The police department said a post-mortem examination conducted on Friday found he died of natural causes and there was no indication of any type of abuse. The exam took place on Friday. Further, the examination revealed that there were no indications of assault of any kind.
The 32-year-old, who is being held on suspicion of murder, was released when law enforcement officials decided no further action was needed against him. The arrest came after the person was suspected of killing someone. A man in his 30s who was questioned before his release as part of an investigation and who was also released was also freed after being held on suspicion of murder and later released as part of the investigation. Chief Detective Inspector Leighton Harding issued a statement in which he said: “At this difficult time, my thoughts are with Paul’s family. “I would also like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the general public as well as local businesses for their understanding and patience as we conducted our investigation.