The death of a 31-year-old woman at a Croydon flat is being treated as unsuspicious, police have confirmed. London Ambulance Service (LAS) was called to the basement flat of a house in Tanfield Road just before 9am today (Friday). Paramedics found a woman who was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are not treating the death as suspicious and no arrests were made. Asher Weston, 30, who lives above the flat, said: "I didn't hear anything during the night and my girlfriend usually wakes up at the sound of a pin drop. "There's usually loud, bass-heavy music coming from the flat. "I didn't know what had happened until after the police had been." Julian Walrond, 72, who lives in the house on Brafferton Road just behind the flat, said: "I've lived here since 1976 and I can't remember anything like this happening. "I didn't hear anything at first but my wife came back home and told me the police were blocking my driveway. "I would probably have only known if the house burned down but I can't say I heard anything this morning or last night."
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