15/10/2015

Man Released Over Death Of Sean Corrigan

A man arrested in connection with the death of Sean Corrigan in west Belfast has been released unconditionally.

The 26-year-old man was arrested and questioned by police on Wednesday.

Sean Corrigan, 31, was found at a flat in the St Mary's Gardens area on Saturday 13 September, 2014.
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He died in hospital, however post mortem results found he may have died in suspicious circumstances.

In September, police renewed their appeal on the first anniversary of Mr Corrigan's death.

(CD/LM)


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