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Two arrested after man found dead near Liverpool flats

Two people have been arrested over a man who was found with fatal head injuries after allegedly falling from a fourth floor balcony.

Officers are still at the scene in Liverpool city centre this morning, after a man in his 30s, named locally as James Balshaw, was found lying inside a gated courtyard yesterday evening.

An area below the block of luxury flats in Dukes Terrace, Liverpool, is still cordoned off with a green tarpaulin sheet covering a car and another hanging over the fourth floor balcony.

The man was found with fatal head injuries inside a gated courtyard near a luxury block of flats (pictured) in Liverpool city centre at around 7.30pm yesterday

The man was found with fatal head injuries inside a gated courtyard near a luxury block of flats (pictured) in Liverpool city centre at around 7.30pm yesterday

Police are still on scene this morning after two people were arrested in connection with the incident. The man is believed to have fallen from the fourth floor balcony (pictured)

Police are still on scene this morning after two people were arrested in connection with the incident. The man is believed to have fallen from the fourth floor balcony (pictured)

A full police investigation is being carried out after the man was rushed to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital but pronounced dead shortly after. 

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