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Police issue update after Channel 4 paramedic and nurse girlfriend found dead at home

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Police say they are not seeking anyone else in relation to the deaths of a paramedic, who featured in a popular TV series, and his nurse girlfriend.

Detectives initially launched a double murder investigation into the deaths of Daniel Duffield and Lauren Evans after the couple were found dead at Daniel's home in Hednesford, Staffordshire, on Tuesday (June 25).

But officers now believe no one else was involved and are preparing a file for the coroner. Mr Duffield, 24, was in the 11th series of Channel 4 show 999: On The Frontline, which followed West Midlands Ambulance Service workers on jobs across the county. READ MORE: Detectives swoop at Greater Manchester school and make arrest Ms Evans, 22, was a mental health nurse, originally from Bridgend, south Wales, where her family are thought to be devastated by the tragedies.

Both families continue to receive support from specialist officers, the Mirror reports. Staffordshire Police, which has referred the call on Tuesday to the public watchdog Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) after "recent police contact" with the pair, said today in a statement: "We can now confirm that we are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths of a woman and a man in Hednesford." The constabulary continued: "On Tuesday (25 June), we were alerted by our colleagues at West Midlands Ambulance Service who were at an address in Alpine Drive in Hednesford.

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