By Katie Mccabe, BBC News – They were in a keg in a garden in their suburban home when they were discovered on Wednesday, with a small piece of meat in their mouths and the front of their stomach.

A coroner has ruled out foul play, but the couple’s death remains under investigation.

The bodies of two other men were found in their home in Manchester, and a fourth man, aged 35, was also taken to hospital.

The family had recently moved into the house and had no idea of the couple had been there.

Detective Constable Ian Jones, of Greater Manchester Police, said: “We have been in touch with the local coroner and are still awaiting the results of that examination.”

At this stage we have no information to suggest the body of the other two men was the body found by the police.

“However, it is our belief that the man was killed by the killer.”

It is a very sad and sad situation and we would ask anyone who may have been at the house to come forward and speak to us.

“We have spoken to a number of witnesses who have come forward but we do not believe there is any link to this particular case.”

Our priority is to find the real suspect and bring them to justice.

“What we know about the murder of Mr and Mrs Rainsbottom, who were found dead at their home by police in Manchester last weekPolice have described the deaths as “unusual” and said they are working to establish whether the killing was an accident.

Detective Constable Jones said the pair had recently recently moved to Manchester from Leeds, where they lived together.”

The house they lived in had been rented out by a man from Leeds for two months,” he said.”

“It was a quiet, rural area in Leeds and the property had been used by other people and had been converted into a house, which the family had been renting.”

Police are also trying to establish if the couple was involved in other crimes in the area and how that could have affected the property.

“As part of that investigation we have spoken with a number who have given statements, and we are also speaking to anyone who knows anything about these events.”

The police are treating the deaths “as suspicious”, and said a post mortem examination will be carried out in the coming days.

“These two individuals were found at their house at around 11.15pm on Wednesday evening,” Detective Constable Jones added.

“They were unresponsive and there was no obvious signs of trauma to the head or body.”

“At the moment, there is no evidence that there was foul play involved in their deaths.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crimestoppers anonymously.

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