Gardaí investigating deaths of man and woman

Gardaí are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman in Co Wexford.

The bodies of the man, who was aged in his late 20s, and the woman, who was in her early 30s, were discovered at approximately 4.30pm in a house in the Woodlands estate in Clonroche village, a few miles from Enniscorthy.

While gardaí have launched a probe, it is understood they are not treating the deaths as suspicious.

Autopsies are due to be carried out later today at University Hospital Waterford.



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