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Investigation

Body of man discovered at Kilkenny house

Gardaí say the cause of death will not be disclosed for operational reasons.

THE BODY OF a man in his 40s has been discovered at a house in Kilkenny.

The discovery was made on Thursday evening but information about the death was only released this afternoon. Gardaí said they will not speak about the cause of death for “operational reasons”.

The body was removed to Waterford Regional Hospital after the discovery at around 7pm on 7 March. A post mortem was carried out by Dr Khalid Jabbar, the Deputy State Pathologist.

Gardaí in Kilkenny have appealed for anyone who was around Fatima Place between Wednesday and Thursday evening to contact the incident room at Kilkenny Garda station on 056 – 777 5000, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.

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