Gardaí dealing with 'suspicious' death of a man in Kilkenny

Gardaí dealing with 'suspicious' death of a man in Kilkenny
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Gardaí in Kilkenny city are dealing with the suspicious death of a man.

The discovery made around 7pm in the Hawthorn Walk area.

The man is understood to have been in his 40s and from another county in the south-east.

The area is sealed off and the state pathologists office has been contacted.

Gardaí are continuing their investigation.

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