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MERIDEN — Police don’t believe the death of a man found at a local hotel Sunday is suspicious.
Lt. Sal Nesci, the police spokesman, said Tuesday that the final report has not come back, but the incident is not believed to be suspicious.
Police went to the Meriden Inn on East Main Street at about 5:30 p.m. Sunday, responding to a report of an unresponsive man. Officers found the man dead in one of the hotel rooms, Nesci said. The man was in his mid-40’s, Nesci said. The major crimes detectives and crime scene investigators responded to the hotel to investigate, Nesci said.
Police have not released the man’s identity.
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