TWO men have died in "unexpected" circumstances within days of each other at a Nottinghamshire residential home.
Cops and East Midlands Ambulance Service were called to Dannsa House residential home in East Markham on Friday following the unexpected death of a man at the property.
Officers then returned to the scene the following day after a second man also sadly died.
Dannsa House provides care for five young adults with autism, learning disabilities and complex needs, including behaviours of concern.
In a statement, cops said they were investigating the circumstances which led to the deaths.
Det Insp Claire Gould said: "Officers were called by colleagues in the ambulance service following the unexpected death of a man at Dannsa House residential home in East Markham on Friday.
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"A second man unexpectedly died at the same property the following day.
"Officers are working on behalf of the coroner to establish the circumstances which led to the deaths.
"We are satisfied there is no risk to the wider community and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the deceased at this tragic time."
Local Jack Anderson has lived close to the residential home in East Markham for 23 years.
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"We've been wondering what's going on for the last few days, the lack of information is a problem," he told NottinghamshireLive.
"We're obviously very concerned because we don't know what's happening.
"The fact that there is a continuing police presence is concerning.
"Saturday was like a circus with a fire engine parked here for 10 hours, special units, CSI and all the rest of it.
"It's a quiet village. This is a catastrophe and it's certainly put everyone on edge.
"It's a big mystery."
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