The cause of an alleged murder victim’s death remains ‘under investigation’, a coroner’s court heard.

Tyron Jonsyn, 28, was found unresponsive at around 11pm at a house in Lock Court, on the Brize Meadow new build estate between Brize Norton and Carterton on Monday, January 16. Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Senior coroner Darren Salter told Oxford Coroner’s Court on Thursday: “Thames Valley Police continues to investigate the circumstances of his death.

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“His cause of death remains under investigation.”

Mr Jonsyn’s mother was said to have identified the man’s body to a detective constable at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire.

The court heard that Mr Jonsyn was born in London in March 1994.

He was not working at the time of his death and lived in Aylesbury.

Mr Salter, who opened the inquest at a short hearing on Thursday lunchtime, said the date for a full inquest would depend on the outcome of the police investigation.

On Wednesday (January 25), his family paid tribute to the 'irreplaceable' Buckinghamshire man. In a statement released by the police, they said: “Tyron brought joy, kindness and endless love to our family.

“He was a bright light that lit up our lives.

“Tyron was unique, kind, loyal and irreplaceable. He has left his many friends and family so many special memories that we shall treasure.

“We will miss him forever.”

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This story was written by Tom Seaward. He joined the team in 2021 as Oxfordshire's court and crime reporter.  

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