Man's body found in Louth house

Man's body found in Louth house

The body of a 24-year-old man has been found in Co Louth today.

The man's body was discovered at a house in the Rosevale Crescent area of Dunleer at around 9am this morning.

Gardaí were called to and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

His body was taken to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda where the State Pathologist Doctor Marie Cassidy is carrying out a post mortem.

Gardaí have conducted house-to-house enquiries and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

They say they are keeping an open mind in relation to this investigation until the details of the post mortem are known.


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