Two people found dead are fire at Middlesbrough house

Mystery as man and woman are found dead after kitchen fire at terraced home

  • Two bodies were discovered by emergency services after neighbours’ concerns
  • Road in North Ormesby, Middlesbrough has been cordoned off for investigation
  • The cause of the fire is still unclear with police and fire crews probing the scene  

Two people have been found dead after a house fire in Middlesbrough.

The two bodies were discovered by the emergency services after neighbours in North Ormesby reported the smell of smoke coming from the property. 

Police and fire crews rushed to the scene yesterday evening and have since cordoned it off while they investigate.

The cause of the fire is not yet clear and the identities of the victims have not been revealed. 

Two people have been found dead at a house fire in the North Ormesby area of Middlesbrough


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Police told MailOnline they are not treating the deaths as suspicious.  

A Cleveland Police spokesman said: “Following a joint investigation with Cleveland Fire Brigade, a fire at an address on Beaumont Road in North Ormesby has been deemed as not suspicious. 

‘Emergency services had been called to the property last night after they received a report of concern for welfare for two people living there and the smell of smoke.

“Police will now prepare a file for the Coroner in regards to the deaths of a man and woman, whose bodies were found inside the property.”

Emergency service workers are pictured wearing protective masks as they make their way into the property where the bodies were found in Middlesbrough today 

Police cars are pictured outside the property where an investigation is under way 

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