22/07/2016

Death Of Frank Bratley No Longer Being Treated As Suspicious

The death of pensioner Frank Bratley is no longer being treated as suspicious, according to the police.

Mr Bratley, 85, was found dead at a house in the Old Forge Lane area of Banbridge on Tuesday, 19 July.
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At the time the PSNI said they were treating his death as suspicious. However, following a post-mortem examination police confirmed they are no longer treating his death as suspicious.

(CD/LM)

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