BLED TO DEATH
FATE OF SYDNEY MAN POLICE ATTRACTED BY »OG Q Q SYDNEY, Aug, 'lA dog barked incessantly for three nights at Edgecliff (Sydney) before neighbours called the police, who found the body of its mastei. The dead man, believed to have died three days before, was Cecil Renfree, aged 52. Renfree, who heheved to have been a cleaner at the G.P.0., had lived alone 'for about 12 months Neighbours, their attention at last attracted by the continuous barking of the dog, called the police who broke into the house and found R en " frpp lvins oil the floor of the basement, covered ith bo b c l° od A H blg d0 o | bo 111eJ 1 vvas°" ym 5 • beside Renfree. Polic? believe that he was carrying the bags of bottles into the basent whpn he Slipped and fell. While he lay unconscious from head injuries, he bled to dea h.
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BLED TO DEATH, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945
BLED TO DEATH Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945
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