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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 

Picture by  Press Eye

 man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious.

The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 Picture by Press Eye man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious. The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 

Picture by  Press Eye

 man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious.

The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 Picture by Press Eye man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious. The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 

Picture by  Press Eye

 man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious.

The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 Picture by Press Eye man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious. The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 

Picture by  Press Eye

 man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious.

The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 Picture by Press Eye man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious. The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 

Picture by  Press Eye

 man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious.

The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 Picture by Press Eye man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious. The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 8th January 2016 Picture by Press Eye man's body was found in Lurgan Park in Lurgan on Friday morning. Police say they are treating his death as suspicious. The man has not yet been identified. Police are investigating the circumstances of his death Lurgan Park

Police are investigating the death of a man in Lurgan after a body was found.

The man named locally as Stewart Agnew is thought to be in his early 20s.

The death is being treated as suspicious and police are keen to determine the exact circumstances of his death.

The man's body was found in Lurgan Park on Friday morning.

Chief Inspector Davy Beck said: “We would like to hear from anyone who has information which may assist our investigation. We can be contacted on 101, quoting ref: 226 080116.”

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Belfast Telegraph