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Police appeal for help to trace family of Great Yarmouth man

PUBLISHED: 17:58 15 January 2016 | UPDATED: 17:20 19 January 2016

Police Officers. Picture: James Bass.

Police Officers. Picture: James Bass.

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Police are appealing for help to trace the family of a man who died in Great Yarmouth earlier this week.

83-year-old Alexander Graham, who resided at an address in North Drive, Great Yarmouth, sadly died on Thursday 14 January 2016.

He was understood to have been born in Edinburgh and had been employed as a steel erector.

There is no record of any surviving next of kin.

Anyone with information relating to Alexander should contact the Coroner’s office in Norwich on 01603 276493.

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