Man's body found in Donegal house; home sealed off

Man's body found in Donegal house; home sealed off

Update 24/02/2017: The post-mortem examination on the body of a 71-year-old man has concluded.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the man's death.

Update 7.01pm: Man's body found in Donegal house; home sealed off

Gardaí are investigating the discovery of a body of a 71-year-old man at a house in Co Donegal.

Emergency services were called to the scene in Letterkenny late last night.

Gardaí in Millford say they investigating all of the circumstances surrounding the discovery of the body of a 71-year-old man at a house in Garryharry after being called there late last night.

The alarm was raised when a car associated with the man was earlier found abandoned nearby at Kirkstown.

The house has been sealed off and a post-mortem will be carried out in Letterkenny General Hospital tomorrow morning.

Gardaí say the results of the post-mortem will determine the course of the investigation.

Earlier: Man's body found in Donegal house; home sealed off

Gardaí are investigating after the body of a 71-year-old man was found at a house in Co. Donegal.

Emergency services were called to the house in Garryharry in Letterkenny late last night - the man was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later.

The alarm was raised when a car associated with the man was earlier found abandoned nearby at Kirkstown.

The house has been sealed off and a post-mortem will be carried out in Letterkenny General Hospital tomorrow morning.

- Digital Desk

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