Belfast Telegraph

UK Website Of The Year

Police probe man's death in Union Street Belfast

Published 31/07/2015

Police and forensic officers at the Pipeworks gentlemen's bar in Union Street. Picture by Kevin Scott / Presseye
Police and forensic officers at the Pipeworks gentlemen's bar in Union Street. Picture by Kevin Scott / Presseye
Police and forensic officers at the Pipeworks gentlemen's bar in Union Street. Picture by Kevin Scott / Presseye
Police and forensic officers at the Pipeworks gentlemen's bar in Union Street. Picture by Kevin Scott / Presseye
Police and forensic officers at the Pipeworks gentlemen's bar in Union Street. Picture by Kevin Scott / Presseye

Police are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a man, aged in his 50s, in the Union Street area of north Belfast.

The man's body was found just before 4:50pm on Thursday.

Police and forensic officers attended the scene at Pipeworks Men's Health and Leisure Club.

Detective Inspector Joanne Harris confirmed that, following a post-mortem examination,  the death is not being treated suspicious.

Online Editors

Read More

From Belfast Telegraph