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Man's death near Lake Vyrnwy 'not suspicious'

Category: Wales

Published: 25th May 2012 11:06:13

The death of a man, whose body was discovered in a small lake in north Powys, is not being treated as suspicious, says Dyfed-Powys Police.

A specialist team recovered the body from the water at Rhiwargor waterfall, near the Lake Vyrnwy beauty spot, after it was found on Wednesday afternoon.

Dyfed-Powys Police said inquiries were continuing into the cause of the death.

A post mortem examination has been carried out.

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