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Man found dead after police are called to break-in at a farm in Rochdale

The Sun


A MAN has been found dead after police were called to reports of a burglary at a farm.

The man is believed to have suffered a medical episode after the break in at Collop Gate Farm Heywood, Rochdale.

Cops were called to the property around 11.15pm last night, but the man was pronounced dead.

Police said the burglars fled after the break-in

Neighbours said the man, who is believed to have lived nearby, had been alerted of the break-in and went to the farm to investigate.

A police spokesman said: "Officers attended and found a man - one of the owners - had subsequently suffered what is believed to have been a medical episode.

"Despite the best efforts of paramedics, he sadly died a short time later."

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