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Post mortem reveals that this man may have died in 'suspicious circumstances'

Police in Belfast are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

Image: PSNI via Press Office

THE BODY OF 31-year-old Sean Corrigan was found at a flat in West Belfast on Saturday.

The post mortem results indicate that he may have died in suspicious circumstances.

Detectives from the PSNI Serious Crime Branch are carrying out a full investigation and are appealing for information.

Detective Chief Inspector, Justyn Galloway, said: “I am keen to establish his last movements and the circumstances leading up to his death.

“I would specifically like to hear from anyone who was in the St Mary’s Gardens area between 1am and lunchtime on Saturday 13th September and who may have seen Sean or have any information which may assist us with our investigation.”

Sean’s name and photograph have been released with his family’s approval – in an effort to help jog people’s memories.

Anyone who thinks they may have seen Sean on Saturday or who may have any information can contact the Major Investigation Team on 02891801507 or text 07717 473543 or email

Alternatively, people can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and provide information without giving their details.

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