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Detectives granted more time to question two murder suspects

Eamon Ferguson’s body was found at around 3am yesterday. One resident who lives nearby said she was awoken by shouts.

OFFICERS INVESTIGATING THE killing of Eamonn Ferguson in north Belfast on Friday night have been granted more time to question two men arrested as part of the enquiry.

The body of the 35-year-old, who was from the area, was discovered at a flat in Ardoyne Place yesterday morning at around 3am.

Detectives are appealling for anyone who was in the Ardoyne Place area on Friday night or the early hours of Saturday and who may have noticed any suspicious activity to get in contact.

One local resident told BBC News she had been awoken by shouting on the night the man died.

Musgrave PSNI Station can be contacted on on 0845 600 8000.

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