Source : 16/06/1986 Northampton Chronicle and Echo
Police were today awaiting the outcome of a post mortem at Northampton General Hospital on Jesus Fellowship follower Mohammed Majid.
Mr. Majid (25) was found dead in an underground tank at the Fellowship's New Creation Farm, Nether Heyford, on Friday afternoon.
Detective Inspector Brian Hart of Mereway police said today: 'We are not looking for anybody else at this stage' in connection with the death.
But he added that police were awaiting the result of the post mottem which was set to take place today.
The Fellowship have said Mohammed went for a swim in the underground tank on the farm and his clothes were found nearby. He had complained of feeling hot while working on the farm.
A Fellowship spokesman said: 'He was told this was dangerous and strictly forbidden. However, he disappeared during the afternoon and some of his clothes were found by the entrance to the tank.'
Mr. Majid had been staying temporarily in a Jesus People house, in Pattishall.