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No foul play in death of man (23) found in Tipperary house

A post mortem was carried out.

Updated 8am, 31 December

THERE WAS NO foul play in the death of a young man who was discovered in a house in Tipperary yesterday evening.

The 23-year-old was found in a house at Bruach Tailte, Nenagh at around 4.30pm.

Deputy state pathologist Michael Curtis attended the scene.

A post-mortem was carried out and gardaí said this morning that there was no foul play involved in the man’s death.

The Tipperary Star reports that the young man had returned home for Christmas from Perth, Australia, where he had been working for the past two years.

Additional reporting Aoife Barry

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