Mystery as 'poison' kills British tycoon and wife in remote Estonian forest
Eestlased Eestis 03 Mar 2012  EWR
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Matt Sandy, Daily Mail
A wealthy British businessman and his wife have been found dead at their retreat in a remote Estonian forest.

Philip Townsend, 55, worked for a mysterious Moscow investment company, where he was an analyst in the lucrative but murky Russian telecoms industry.

Mr Townsend – who used the title Baron Townsend of Rathmore – and his British wife MaryAnne, 52, are believed to have been poisoned by carbon monoxide from an electricity generator at their secluded home.

Police in Estonia released no details of the tragedy until contacted by The Mail on Sunday, and say they do not yet know whether the deaths are suspicious.

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