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St Patrick’s Quay in Cork. Flickr/William Murphy
Crime

Death of man found unconscious on Cork street being treated as suspicious

A post-mortem was carried out yesterday on the 36-year-old who was found by a member of the public on Thursday night.

A POST-MORTEM was carried out yesterday on the body of a man who died after being found unconscious on St Patrick’s Quay in Cork on Thursday night.

His death is being treated as suspicious by Gardaí who say that they have examined CCTV footage of the area and spoken to several witnesses  but are appealing for more information.

Gardaí are also waiting for toxicology reports on the deceased 36-year-old who died yesterday morning after being found injured by a member of the public at about 10pm on Thursday.

The man, who has not yet been formally identified, is understood to have suffered facial injuries.

Witnesses who may have been in the St Patrick’s Quay area between 9pm and 10.30pm on Thusday night are asked to contact Mayfield Garda Station on 021 4558510 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.

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