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Next of kin appeal
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Tweet Image: Choose No for no image to be tweeted OR Choose Article if there is a picture in the article (in the Content Tab body), the one closest to the top of the article will feature underneath the tweet so this can be reflected in how you write the tweet OR choose Statement to input text and/or an image (for a tribute) OR choose Template to select an image from the image picker (statement or template images will be used regardless of there being an image in the article or not). If you have a missing/wanted person, please put their name and age in the tweet. You will have 170 characters for your tweet with an image. You will have 200 characters for a text-only tweet. The default is 200 characters.
Flickr: For an album use the number at the end of the link only in the field.
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Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace the next of a kin of a Salford man.

James Richard Hardman, aged 47 years, died at his home in Helen Street Eccles on Saturday 18th August 2012.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

The Police Coroner's Officer is now appealing for help to locate any relatives of James's who may live in the Greater Manchester or surrounding areas.

Anyone with information should call the Coroner's Officer on 0161 856 5037 or email paulj.devine@gmp.police.uk

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