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Inquest finds Carl Pincombe died from a heroin overdose at a house in Stamford

A family has paid tribute to a man who died of a heroin overdose at a house in Stamford.

Carl Thomas Pincombe, 41, who had lived in Stamford for the past six years with his partner and two young daughters, died on February 6 in Northumberland Avenue.

Speaking after an inquest on Tuesday at Boston Coroner's Court, where area coroner Paul Smith gave a drug-related verdict on his death, his mother Karina and brother Andrew spoke of Carl being a selfless and loving family man.

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