09/01/2020

Arrest Over Death That Followed 2017 Assault

Detectives investigating the death of a 54 year-old man in April 2018, following a serious assault almost a year earlier, have made an arrest.

A 58 year-old man was arrested in Coleraine today, Thursday 09 January, following the assault in the Captain's Bar on lower Captain Street in the town in May 2017.
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The victim died 11 months later in April 2018.

The suspect has been taken to Coleraine Police Station for questioning.



(JG/CM)

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