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Police are preparing to interview Michael Jackson's personal physician, who was with him when he died after allegedly receiving a shot of the powerful painkiller Demerol.Officers seized Dr Conrad Murray's car from outside Jackson's house in case it contained drugs or other evidence following the singer's death.Police denied a report that they also want to talk to a second medical adviser, Dr Tohme R Tohme, who was reported to have accompanied him to hospital after he fell ill on Thursday.Reports suggested the 50-year-old King of Pop had been regularly taking a cocktail of prescription drugs.But Charlie Beck, assistant police chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, said it was "way too early" to draw any conclusions about the singer's death.He said officers spoke to Dr Murray immediately after Jackson's death but now wanted to carry out "an extensive follow-up interview".Craig Harvey, operations chief of the Los Angeles County Coroner's office, said there was no evidence of foul play or trauma on the superstar's body, but further tests were needed.He said he could not comment on any specific drugs which Jackson may have been prescribed, but added: "We know he was taking some prescription medications."He added: "There was no indication of any external trauma or any indication of foul play on the body of Mr Jackson."Copyright (c) Press Association Ltd.

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