Appeal over death of man found on New Year’s Eve
Avon and Somerset police want to trace anyone who saw Kyle Hudson in the hours before his body was found.
Police are seeking the public’s help to trace the movements of a man whose body was found on New Year’s Eve.
Kyle Hudson, 28, was found dead outside a property on Darby Way, in Bishops Lydeard, near Taunton, Somerset at 10.20am.
Avon and Somerset Police said a post-mortem examination has been carried out and Mr Hudson’s death was not being treated as suspicious at this time.
We’re appealing for help to trace the movements of Kyle Hudson, 28, whose body was found in Bishop's Lydeard on New Year’s Eve.— Avon&Somerset Police (@ASPolice) January 6, 2018
Kyle's death is not being treated as suspicious but we’re keen to speak to anyone who saw him on 31/12.
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Officers wish to speak to anyone who saw Mr Hudson in the hours before his body was found.
Detective Inspector Angela Burtonwood said: “Kyle’s family are being fully supported and kept updated on the progress of our inquiry. Our thoughts continue to be with them during this difficult time.
“We’re releasing a photograph of Kyle in the hope that someone recognises him and remembers seeing him early on December 31.
“Were you in Bishops Lydeard that morning? Did you see or speak to Kyle?
“Kyle’s phone is also missing and is something we’d like to trace. If you found a black iPhone 7 in the vicinity of Darby Way, or remember seeing one discarded please get in touch.”