03/02/2020

Shock As Teen Dies In Co Down Street

A Co Down community is in shock after the death of a teenager on Saturday night, 01 February.

Emergency services rushed to Market Street in Bangor following reports of an unresponsive 17 year-old boy shortly after 11pm.

The street was cordoned off by police and an investigation has since been launched.
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Alliance Councillor for Bangor Central Karen Douglas said the community offered her condolences following the shock death.

"The death of this young man in Market Street is devastating for his family and friends and I would offer them my deepest sympathies," Cllr Douglas said.

"The circumstances around his death are unclear and I would urge anyone with information that can help the police to pass it to them on the 101 number, or anonymously to the Crimestoppers Charity on 0800 555 111."



(JG/CM)

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