Extra Time Granted To Question Man Over Baby's Death

Police investigating the sudden death of a baby in Co Armagh have been granted additional time for questioning.

A 31 year-old man was arrested in Craigavon following the death of the 11 month-old boy in Keady on Tuesday.

Detectives have been allowed an extra 36 hours to question him, after securing an additional 24 hours on Wednesday.
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The baby has been named locally as Hunter Patrick McGleenan.

A post mortem examination was due to be carried out to determine his cause of death.


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