27/07/2017

Funeral Held For Dean McIlwaine

The funeral for Dean McIlwaine has been held in Carnmoney.

Mr McIlwaine (22) went missing on Thursday, 13 July and a number of large scale search operations were carried across the city.

His body was found by searchers on Cavehill on Saturday, 22 July.
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According to reports, hundreds of people turned out for the funeral service held today, 27 July at Carnmoney Presbyterian church, before Mr McIlwaine was laid to rest at Carnmoney Cemetery.

(MH/LM)

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