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Man, 67, found dead in house fire

Scene of the fire at Pentraeth, Anglesey
Fire crews found the man's body in the front room of the property

A man has been found dead by fire crews called to deal with a blaze at a property on Anglesey.

Crews from Benllech, Menai Bridge and Llangefni were called to the fire at the semi-detached bungalow in Pentraeth at around 2325 BST on Friday.

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said the body of a man, aged 67, was discovered in the front room of the property.

An investigation in to the blaze, which caused substantial damage, has begun.

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