Police confirm deaths of couple at Norwich home were not suspicious

PUBLISHED: 16:38 22 September 2019 | UPDATED: 09:27 23 September 2019

Gaynor Robinson and Billy Applegate. Photo: Supplied

Gaynor Robinson and Billy Applegate. Photo: Supplied


Police have confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances following the deaths of a young couple at a Norwich home.

Billy Applegate, 23, and Gaynor Robinson, 19, were discovered in a ground floor flat at Providence Place, Thorpe Hamlet, on Saturday June 1.

It is understood there had been a get together at the house with several other people inside the property.

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Enquiries had been ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding the deaths.

A police spokesman said: "As there are no suspicious circumstance, there is no criminal investigation therefore a file has been prepared for the coroner following an inquest. Any further updates should be issued by the coroner."

The couple, who got engaged in August last year lived together with their young daughter.

Emergency services were called just before 10am.

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