Death of man whose body was found in park no longer being treated as suspicious

Death of man whose body was found in park no longer being treated as suspicious

The death of a man found in a park in Co Armagh is no longer being treated as suspicious following a post mortem examination.

The discovery was made at Lurgan Park on Friday, but the man’s identity has not yet been confirmed.

Police Service of Northern Ireland detectives initially said they were treating the death as suspicious.

However, following a post mortem examination, they confirmed they are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death.

PSNI Chief Inspector Davy Beck said on Friday: “We would like to hear from anyone who has information which may assist our investigation. We can be contacted on 101, quoting ref: 226 080116.”

Death of man whose body was found in park no longer being treated as suspicious


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