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Body of Sheffield ‘stalker’ Michael Sellers found near stables where 23-year-old Gracie Spinks died UK News

Upon opening an investigation into Mr Sellers’ death, a police officer said he was found in a field at Blue Lodge Farm – where Chesterfield’s wife Gracie kept her horse Paddy.

Linking the death of “unemployed” Seller to that of Gracie Spinks – whose investigation was heard a few minutes earlier – DC Graham Barrick recounted how shortly after 6:30 a.m. on June 18 Sellers “left the family home in their own vehicle ”.

He described how on the same morning, shortly after 9 a.m., police attended the scene shortly after 23-year-old Old Whittington was found.

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Mr Sellers’ vehicle was found on Rectory Lane, Duckmanton, beside the fields of Blue Lodge Farm.

DC Barrick said: “A search of the area has started and at 11 a.m. Mr. Sellers’ body was found by local residents at Blue Lodge Farm.”

The officer said Sellers was unresponsive and his body was “cold to the touch”. After paramedics were called, he was pronounced dead at 12:10 p.m.

DC Barrick said that following an autopsy performed the next day, it was suspected that Sellers had died from “self-inflicted means” by “depriving the body of oxygen”.

He added: “Full and more detailed results will be established in due course. ”

Sellers, 35, was formally identified by his father on June 20.

Concluding the inquest – which took place 20 minutes after that of Gracie Spinks – Assistant Coroner Matthew Kewley confirmed that a full inquest would be opened “in due course”.

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