Police Scotland appeal for help in tracing family of man who died in Glasgow Royal Infirmary

Police have asked for help in tracing the relatives of James Cooper, 81, who died in Glasgow Royal Infirmary on Sunday, 7 November.

Police said there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

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Before his death, Mr Cooper lived in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, however, some of his relatives are believed to reside in Ayrshire.

Police have asked anyone who has knowledge of James’ relatives to contact the Administration Department at London Road Police Office, by calling 101 during office hours Monday to Friday or emailing [email protected]

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Police are looking for the family of James Cooper who died within Glasgow Royal Infirmary on Sunday, November 7.