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Third man confirmed dead in Tudor Road, Canterbury

By KentOnline reporter

Police investigating two men's deaths have confirmed another man was found dead in the same property just days earlier.

The cause of each death is not being treated at suspicious, and officers are preparing reports for the coroner.

Earlier today we revealed how two men had died at a property in Tudor Road, Canterbury after police were called at 8.14pm on Tuesday.

Two men were found dead at a house in Tudor Road, Wincheap.

Two men were found dead at a house in Tudor Road, Wincheap.

Now police have revealed their deaths come just days after the body of a man was found in the same house on Thursday, August 24.

Police are not able to confirm whether the deaths are linked.

At least two of the men - those whose bodies were found on Tuesday - were popular buskers.

Max Martin as a bright, bumbling, brilliant barrage of hearty human passion, says pianist Luke Smith.

Max Martin as "a bright, bumbling, brilliant barrage of hearty human passion", says pianist Luke Smith.

Joshua Lambert-Price

Joshua Lambert-Price

Their deaths have left the music community in mourning in Canterbury.

Talented guitarist Maximum Martin, who was in his 30s and known as Max, was discovered alongside fellow musician named locally as Joshua Lambert-Price in Tudor Road in Wincheap earlier this week.

Facebook has since been inundated with memories of the pair and messages of condolence.

 

 

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