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A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

A forensic scientist examines the scene where a woman's body was found in Hill Street in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

Police have said the death of a woman in a Belfast city centre apartment is no longer being treated as suspicious.

The 49-year-old's body was found at Cooper's Court apartments on Hill Street in the Cathedral Quarter on Friday morning.

Police and forensic officers had cordoned off the building as they searched for clues as to how the woman had died.

But after carrying out a post-mortem examination, police are no longer treating the woman's death as suspicious.

Officers will work with the Coroner's office to established how she died.

Belfast Telegraph