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Woman reported deceased as part of 'suspicious death' investigation

A London police officer was canvassing door to door on the 5th floor of 345 Wharncliffe Rd. North on Saturday June 22, 2024. (Brent Lale/CTV News London) A London police officer was canvassing door to door on the 5th floor of 345 Wharncliffe Rd. North on Saturday June 22, 2024. (Brent Lale/CTV News London)
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London police are investigating what has been described as a "suspicious death."

Around 12 a.m. on Saturday, police responded to Wharncliffe Road north and Western Road for a medical emergency.

When officers arrived, they found a woman with life-threatening injuries and she was taken to hospital by paramedics.

According to police, the woman succumbed to her injuries in hospital and was pronounced deceased.

The London police Major Crime Section is now handling the investigation and said more information will be provided when it becomes available.

The public should know there will be an increased police presence in the area.

London police vehicles can be seen outside 345 Wharncliffe Road north on June 22, 2024. (Brent Lale/CTV News London)An officer with the London Police Service sits outside apartment 504 at 345 Wharncliffe Rd. North on Saturday June 22, 2024. (Brent Lale/CTV News London)

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