Police are looking for the families of four men who died alone in their homes last month.

It's always particularly tragic when people die alone without family in their own homes.

Sadly, when this does happen, police often issue an appeal to try and trace their next of kin.

Most of the time the deaths are not suspicious but it's important to try and find their relatives who would be unaware they had died.

The families of four people who died alone in their homes in February are currently being sought by police.

The information the force releases about the deceased includes their name, age, the date they passed away and their last known address.

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Some records have additional information that may help someone recognise a family member.

Below are four people who died alone last month that Merseyside Police would like to trace the families of.

Julian Gray 48

Police are appealing on behalf of Liverpool Coroner's office to find the next of kin of a 48-year-old man who died at home in Liverpool.

Julian Gray was found sadly deceased at his home address on Orphan Drive on Tuesday, February 22.

Mr Gray's death is not being treated as suspicious.

Anyone who can help is asked to contact Coroner's Investigation officer Liam Moss on 0151 233 0125 or by emailing [email protected]

Andrew Roberts 67

Police are appealing on behalf of Liverpool Coroner's office to find the next of kin of a 67 year-old man who died at home in Liverpool.

Andrew Roberts was found sadly deceased at his home address on Newsham Drive on Monday, February 22.

Mr Roberts' death is not being treated as suspicious.

Anyone who can help is asked to contact Coroner's Investigation officer Liam Moss on 0151 233 0125 or by emailing [email protected]

Leslie Sefton 70

Liverpool and Wirral Coroner’s office is appealing for the public’s help in tracing the next of kin of a man who recently died in Liverpool.

Leslie Sefton, aged 70, sadly died at his home address in Newlyn Road, Croxteth, on Tuesday, 16 February.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

Anyone with information to help trace Mr Sefton’s next of kin is asked to contact Liverpool and Wirral Coroner's office on 0151 233 5770 or email [email protected]

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Roger Paul Crabtree 63

Police are appealing on behalf of Liverpool Coroner's office to find the next of kin of a 63 year-old man who sadly died in Wirral.

Roger Paul Crabtree died in Spital on Monday, February 22.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

Mr Crabtree had been living in Chester prior to his death and had previously lived in Oldham.

Anyone who can help is asked to contact Coroner's Investigation Officer Lisa McElvogue on 0151 233 0128.