Police are investigating the death of a man in Forfar two days after the drugs related death of a woman.
The body of the 49-year-old was found at a Forfar flat at West High Street on Thursday morning.
The man’s identity has not yet been revealed and it is not yet known if the death is drugs related.
A spokeswoman for Tayside Police said the death was being treated as unexplained and a report had been sent to the procurator fiscal.
It follows the discovery of Lisa Deveres' body at an address in Forfar on Tuesday evening. The 31-year-old died from, died because of a drugs overdose.
Her body was found at an address in Forfar on Tuesday evening.
Senior Investigating Officer, DI Jim Smith confirmed that although there are no apparent suspicious circumstances, a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
Ms Deveres’ death has sparked a warning from police and health experts to drug users over the risks of using illicit substances.
Assistance for drug problems and information regarding the Take Home Naloxone initiative can be obtained from the Tayside Drug Problem Service on 01241 435820 or the Angus social work drug and alcohol team on 01241 435821.
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