Woman arrested in Bristol in connection with death of Surrey teenager released on bail
A WOMAN who was arrested in Bristol in connection with the death of a teenager in Surrey has been released on bail.
The 18-year-old man was at a party on Saturday, February 23 and took an unknown substance, possibly through an inhaler, prior to his death on Sunday morning, Surrey Police said.
An 18-year-old woman was arrested in Bristol on suspicion of supplying controlled drugs and manslaughter.
A 20-year-old man from Gloucester was also arrested on the same charges.
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The pair have now been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
They are due to return to Woking police station on Saturday, March 9.
Officers were informed of the untimely death by the South East Coast Ambulance Service at around 10.15am on Sunday, February 24.
The 18-year-old, who is from the Farnham area, was at a party on Chobham Common on Saturday night and is believed to have taken an unknown substance, potentially through an inhaler, prior to his death.
Following further enquiries, it is believed that the substance involved may have been sold as 2C-I or 2C-E.
An urgent warning has been issued to recreational drug users who were at Saturday's event and took this drug to seek urgent medical attention if they start to feel unwell.
A post mortem examination was carried out on Monday but the cause of death could not be established.
Toxicology tests are now being carried out to establish the cause of death. The teenager has not yet been formally identified.
Anyone who was at the event on Saturday night and has not already spoken to officers should contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting Operation Fox.