09/04/2018

Investigations Underway Following Sudden Death Of Man In Dublin

An investigation has been launched following the sudden death of a man in his 50s at his home in Tyrrelstown, Dublin.

Gardaí arrived at the scene at around 4.30pm yesterday afternoon, Sunday 08 April.

A technical examination of the scene took place.

The body was then removed to the city morgue in Whitehall and a post-mortem was carried out.

According to Gardai, the post mortem results will determine the course of the investigation.

(CM/MH)

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