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Gardaí treating death of Polish man in Meath as suspicious

33-year-old Slawomir Bartoszak was found with head injuries at the house on Wednesday morning.

GARDAÍ ARE TREATING the death of a man found with head injuries at a house in Meath this week as suspicious.

33-year-old Slawomir Bartoszak, who was originally from Poland, was found dead at a house near Ratoath on Wednesday morning.

He was found to have head injuries, and his body was removed from the scene to the morgue in Navan General Hospital.

A post-mortem was carried out yesterday afternoon.

A Garda spokesperson confirmed this evening that investigating officers were still awaiting the results of further forensic tests.

Examinations have also been taking place around the house.

 

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