07/04/2016

Man Arrested Over Murder Of Conor McKee

A 42-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Conor McKee.

Mr McKee was found dead at his home in Glenpark Street in north Belfast on Thursday, 07 January. He had been shot a number of times.
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The suspect is being questioned at a police station in Belfast.

(CD/LM)

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