Man killed in Kingston Hotel was from Dalmeny 

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Warren Hordpenko died at the scene.
Warren Hordpenko died at the scene.

THE man who died following a fight inside the Kingston Hotel on Sunday (July 5) night is from Dalmeny, NSW, police report. 

Warren Hordpenko, 44, died at the scene at about 9.15pm. Police have since labelled his death suspicious.

About 20 to 30 people were in the bar part of the hotel at the time of his death.

The investigation is ongoing.

Police call for anyone at the Kingston Hotel on the evening of the man’s death, or anyone who interacted with Mr Hordpenko to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website.

Man dies after pub fight in Kingston Hotel

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