Humberside Police confirm man has died and is being treated as unexplained at this time.
A spokesman said: “Officers are in attendance at Roberts Street after the death of a man.
We were called by the ambulance service at 1.30pm today after the man was confirmed dead.
At this stage the death is not being treated as suspicious but is being treated as unexplained.” Officers leading the investigation appealed for anyone with information to contact Humberside Police non-emergency number 101 quoting incident number 281 of today.
CSI and Police have been in scene throughout the night and morning gathering evidence
One residents said: “There were some guys on bikes with their faces covered.
“I heard them kicking at the door and the house so I looked out of my window. “Someone was on the floor being kicked by a group of people. After that there was a person running down the street with a knife, I don’t know if they were chasing the others off or what.
“So I called the police and they arrived soon after, the ambulance arrived not long after that too.
“I think it was just the one person that was hurt. They haven’t been in the house long, people are always coming and going on this street, I think it’s getting worse.”
A large amount of police officers, Detectives and CSI Investigators turned up at a former garage on Harold street Grimsby this morning.
Its believed the building is holding a large cannabis grow.
Police have released this statement.
Officers discovered hundreds of suspected cannabis plants at an address on Harold Street in Grimsby following reports of antisocial behaviour in the area shortly after 8.30pm yesterday, Sunday 6 October.
Detective Inspector Kerry Bull said: “This is a great result, as there were approximately 500 plants inside the property which we have now seized, preventing them from being used in crime and antisocial behaviour.
“Whilst no arrests have been made at this time, an investigation has been launched to identify those responsible and bring them to justice.
“Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting log 527 of 06/10/19 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”