A man's body has been found at a house in Liverpool.
The 56-year-old was today named by police after his body was discovered at his home address in Dovecot .
Police confirmed Paul Welsh died at the property in Mylia Close on Friday, January 17.
Today a spokesman said the hunt was underway for relatives of Mr Welsh to come forward.
Police say his death is not being treated as suspicious.
A Merseyside Police spokesman said: "Liverpool Coroner's Office is looking find the next of kin for a Dovecot man who recently passed away."
He added: "56-year-old Paul Welsh sadly died at his home address in Mylia Close on Friday 17 January. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding Mr Welsh's death."
Anyone who can help should call Coroner's Investigation Officer Dave Woodroofe on 0151 7774534 or email David.R.Woodroofe@merseyside.police.uk.
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"The death is currently being treated as unexplained, although it is not thought to be suspicious. A post mortem will be conducted to establish the cause of death."
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