18/09/2013

Body Discovered In Galway Street

An investigation is underway following the discovery of a body in Galway city this morning.

It is understood that the body of a 40-year-old local man was found at around 07:30 on Wednesday morning on Shop St.

Gardaí have said that they do not believe the death to be suspicious.

The area were the body was discovered has been sealed off pending an examination of the scene.

(MH/CD)

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