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Man dies from fall at Royal Albert hotel

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A Winnipeg man found injured in an empty parking lot near the Royal Albert Arms hotel late Monday died overnight, police said this morning.

Police say the 42-year-old man died from "an apparent fall." Officers have focused much of their investigation this morning on a third-floor suite and the window.

For now, homicide investigators are treating the death as suspicious.

The man is believed to be a tenant of the hotel, a police spokesman said.

The lot is at the south end of the building in the Exchange District.

Police say the call came in around 11:45 p.m., and officers have been at the scene since then. Interviews with other people in the building are being done, police said.

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Updated on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at 7:40 AM CST: Photo added.

9:45 AM: Added new pictures.

11:07 AM: Updated with new police information.

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