17/06/2019

Death Of A Man In Dublin 'Not Suspicious'

Gardaí have said that following the results of a post-mortem examination the death of a man in Dublin is not being treated as suspicious.

The man's body was discovered at a house on Ashford Street, Stoneybatter at about 8am yesterday, Sunday 16 June.

Garda have not released any information on the cause of death but said that it was no longer being treated as suspicious. A report is to be forwarded to the Coroner.

(MH/JG)

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