Lancaster double death discovery "not suspicious", say police
The deaths of two men whose bodies were found at a home in Lancaster are not being treated as suspicious, say police.
Their bodies were found at an address near the railway bridge in Meeting House Lane at around 2.55pm on Friday (November 13).
Police were called to the scene after paramedics discovered two men, one aged in his 30s and one in his 40s, deceased inside the property.
Lancashire Police said their deaths are not being treated as suspicious, but enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances as to how they died.
A police spokesman said: "The deaths of two men in Lancaster are not being treated as suspicious.
"We were called by the Ambulance Service to an address on Meeting House Lane at around 2.55pm on Friday, November 13.
"Two men, one aged in his 30s and one is his 40s, were sadly found dead inside the address.
"Following enquiries the deaths are not being treated as suspicious and a file has been passed to the coroner."
Whilst officers were investigating, a police car parked at the scene had its passenger window smashed.
Lancashire Police said a suspect has been arrested for the "mindless act" which led to the vehicle being taken off patrol for repairs.
The police spokesman added: "A police vehicle has been damaged whilst an officer was dealing with the incident in Meeting House Lane in Lancaster.
"This mindless act has resulted in a needed resource being off the road.
"Fortunately a member of the public reported the incident and a detailed description enabled a suspect to be arrested.
"We ask that further witnesses come forward and contact Lancs Police on 101 and quote log number LC-20201113-1305."