Death Of Woman In North Belfast 'Not Suspicious'

The death of a woman in north Belfast is no longer being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed.

May Stevens, aged 64 and a mother-of-two, was found dead in her home in the Lismoyne Park area on Sunday, 11 February.
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Following the results of a post-mortem, police are no longer treating the death as suspicious.


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