Investigation Launched After Man's Body Found In Belfast Club

An investigation has been launched following the discovery of a man's body in a commercial property in Belfast city centre on Thursday afternoon.
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Police have described the man's death as "sudden". According to reports the man was aged 59 and found at a health and leisure club popular with the gay community.

Police said they are working to establish the circumstances surrounding the man's death.


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