Man found dead at home as police launch search for his family

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Police are appealing for the next of kin of a man who was found dead at his home in Cardiff to come forward. Darryl Humphries, who was 57, died at a property in the Grangetown area last Tuesday (July 2).

Police have confirmed there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death. They are now asking anyone with any possible information about his family to come forward. You can get the latest WalesOnline newsletters e-mailed to you directly for free by signing up here.

A spokesman for South Wales Police said: "We are appealing for help to trace the next of kin of a man from Grangetown, Cardiff. Darryl Humphries, 57, died at home on July 2.

"There are no suspicious circumstances. His mother may have been called Daphne Harrison and possibly lived outside of Wales. If you have any details of Darryl’s family, please contact us online or by calling 101, quoting 2400217641.”