Gardaí investigating sudden death of woman (20s) in Dublin

Gardaí investigating sudden death of woman (20s) in Dublin

Gardaí in Balbriggan, Co Dublin are investigating the death of a woman in her late 20s.

Gardaí were called to a house in Tara Court at 8.30pm yesterday evening.

A post-mortem will be carried out on the woman's body today and gardaí say the results will determine the course of their investigation.

- Digital Desk

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