30/01/2020

Bangor Death Not Treated As Suspicious

The post-mortem examination of a man found dead in a garden in Bangor has revealed that his death was not suspicious.

Police have ruled out foul play following the fatality in Bangor's Crochan Court on Tuesday 28 January.
News Image
A 48 year-old man arrested in connection with the investigation has been released unconditionally in light of the post-mortem examination.



(JG/CM)

Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

10 March 2020
Elderly Man Suffers Smoke Inhalation In Co Down Arson
A man aged in 90s was left in need of treatment for smoke inhalation after two arson attacks in Downpatrick. Police are probing a link between two deliberate ignitions in the Killough Walk and Vianstown Heights area of the town, less than a mile from each other, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
28 January 2005
Co Antrim firm fined following construction site death
A Co Antrim building firm have been prosecuted following the death of a construction worker at a site in Coleraine in 2001. J. Kennedy and Co (Contractors) Ltd were fined £25,000 following the incident in which during a lifting operation a bale of steel reinforcing mesh fell on top of two workers at a building site in Coleraine.
12 March 2020
£40k Cannabis Seized In Paramilitary Probe
A man has been arrested and cannabis worth £40,000 seized after two parcels destined for an address in Northern Ireland were intercepted. Detectives from the Paramilitary Crime Task Force made the arrest amid a probe into the activities of the east Belfast UVF.
16 July 2018
Security Alert Ongoing Between Bangor West And Bangor Rail Line
Police are dealing with a security alert between the Bangor West and Bangor railway line. On its website, Translink revealed the line has been closed due to the alert and disruption is expected "until further notice". "A security alert is ongoing between Bangor West and Bangor railway line," the company said.
16 March 2020
Police Treat Co Down Gun Attack As Attempted Murder
Police are treating a gun attack in Comber, Co Down as attempted murder. A man in his 50s suffered injuries that are not believed to be life threatening when the incident occurred shortly after 10.20pm on Sunday night, 15 March.