Forensics search for clues to woman's death

Garda forensic experts have begun searching for clues in a house where a woman’s body was found today in Cork City.

Gardaí said they were treating her death as suspicious.

The dead woman, in her early 20s, was found in the Blackpool area of the city.

No arrests have been made, a force spokesman confirmed.

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