Boulters Lock murder probe: Man died of 'cardiac arrest during restraint'

Boulters Lock murder probe: Man died of 'cardiac arrest during restraint'

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Philip Dewey

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Boulters Lock murder probe: Man died of 'cardiac arrest during restraint'
Boulters Lock in Maidenhead was cordoned off during the police investigation

Tests carried out on man who died after a 'disturbance' near the Boulters Lock Restaurant and Bar have shown that he died of a cardiac arrest.

Marcin Pastuscszak, originally from Poland, died at Wexham Park Hospital on Thursday, November 8.

The 34-year-old was taken there after the emergency services were called to the island off Ray Mead Road, in Maidenhead, shortly after 11pm on November 7, 2012.

A pathologist has determined the cause of death was 'cardiac arrest during restraint'.

Three men arrested on suspicion of murder are on police bail until May 14.

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