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No source yet linked to drugs that killed Prince

Police investigating the death pop of star Prince a year ago found numerous opioids scattered around his home but appear not to have identified who supplied the dose of fentanyl that caused his death.
   
Some of the strong painkillers found at the musician's Paisley Park complex outside Minneapolis had prescriptions in the name of his friend and bodyguard.
    
The probe included searches of Prince's computer, cellphone records of his friends and interviews with his associates.
    
In October 2016 it was termed "an active homicide investigation" in the documents, but no one has been criminally charged.
    
The 57 year old was found dead on April 21 last year.
    
The official cause of death was given as an accidental, self-administered overdose of the painkiller fentanyl.
    
However, no prescriptions were found for fentanyl - a powerful drug that is 50 times stronger than heroin.



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