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Tragedy as man dies in Belfast city centre

Police and forensic officers at the scene where a body of a man was found in the Keylands Place area on Friday afternoon. Mandatory Credit Presseye /Stephen Hamilton
Police and forensic officers at the scene where a body of a man was found in the Keylands Place area on Friday afternoon. Mandatory Credit Presseye /Stephen Hamilton
Police and forensic officers pictured at the scene where a body of a man was found in the Keylands Place area on Friday afternoon. Mandatory Credit Presseye /Stephen Hamilton

By Jonathan Bell

A man has died on the streets of Belfast city centre.

The man was found in the Keylands Place area, at the back of Robinson's bar.

It is not yet known how the man died. Police sealed off the area on Friday afternoon to conduct their investigations.

They said they are not treating the death as suspicious.

A PSNI spokeswoman added: "Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a man in Keylands Place in Belfast city centre. The death is not thought to be suspicious at this time.

"A post mortem examination will be carried out in due course."

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