POLICE are continuing with their investigations into the death of man, who passed away in a Leeton shed earlier this week.
Leeton shire emergency services were called to a Dooley Road, business around 7.30pm on Monday after reports of a man suffering a head injury.
On arrival the man was located and the emergency services were quickly on hand to help the man.
However, the 38-year-old man died at the scene.
As a result, a crime scene was established at the location, with forensics officers and investigators from the Murrumbidgee Police District examining the scene throughout this week.
Chief Inspector John Wadsworth said the circumstances surrounding the man’s death were still being looked into.
“Investigations into this matter are continuing,” Chief Inspector Wadsworth said.
“A lot of this investigation is reliant on forensic examinations.
“Witnesses are still being spoken to and the investigation is still in its very early stages.”
Chief Inspector Wadsworth couldn’t comment on whether or not the death was being treated as suspicious.
Police investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident have called on anyone with information to get in touch.
A report is also being prepared for the coroner.
Anyone with information relating to the incident is urged to contact police via Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via the online reporting page.
IN OTHER police news, officers were last week called to Yanco Agricultural High School in what turned out to be a bizarre incident.
Officers attended the school about 2.30pm on July 26 after reports of an injured kangaroo on the school grounds.
They were taken to a rear paddock where the large kangaroo was seen to be in significant pain.
As a result, the animal had to be euthanized by police.
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