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Police investigate after body found in Ballina

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Police have established a crime scene after the body of a man was found in the rear yard of a block of units in Winton Lane, Ballina, this morning.

Inspector Nicole Bruce told Echonetdaily that police were ‘investigating a deceased person’ but no further details were available.

Police were called to the units just before 7am.

A crime scene was established and detectives have asked that crime scene investigators attend the scene.

Further information will be posted as it becomes available.


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