29/01/2020

Shock As Body Found In Co Down

A man has been released on bail after he was questioned over the death of a man in Co Down.

It's understood a body was discovered in a garden in the Rathgill area of Bangor on Tuesday 28 January.

Police arrested a 48 year-old man in connection with the death. He has since been released on bail pending further enquiries.

Alliance Councillor Karen Douglas said locals have been left in shock.
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"The discovery of a man's body in a garden in Rathgill has been a great shock to the local community," Cllr Douglas said. "Investigations into the cause of his tragic death are ongoing and I would ask anyone with information to pass it to the police on the 101 number or anonymously to the Crimestoppers Charity on 0800 555 111.

"I would offer my deepest sympathies to his family and friends at this time."


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