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Appeal over homeless man's death

James Youngson
James Youngson was found in the building at the weekend

A man who died of suspected hypothermia after being found in a derelict building in Aberdeen has been named.

James Youngson, 41, of no fixed abode, was discovered in the building in Shaw Road on Saturday.

Grampian Police are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen Mr Youngson in the weeks before his death.

Officers are also appealing to anyone who knew him to contact them, in an attempt to establish his movements and habits.

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