Body Discovered On Banks Of River Foyle

A body has been discovered on the banks of the River Foyle.

The unidentified body was found on Tuesday, 18 April, the PSNI have confirmed.
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A post mortem will be carried out to determine the cause of death.

No other details have been released.


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