Donegal gardaí not treating death as suspicious

Gardaí were called to a flat at William Street, Raphoe, at around 8 o'clock on Thursday night.

By Ciaran O'Donnell

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Donegal gardai not treating death as suspicious

The scene at Raphoe earlier today

Gardaí have confirmed that the death of a woman in Raphoe is no longer being treated as suspicious.

Speaking to the Donegal Democrat, Inspector Michael Harrison said that a post morterm on the body of a 43-year-old woman had been carried out by the assistant state pathologist, Dr Linda Mulligan, this afternoon. He added that no further investigations would be taking place.

Gardai were called to a flat at William Street, Raphoe, at around 8 o'clock on Thursday night. The scene was preserved and the body was kept there until Dr Mulligan arrived in Raphoe around noon today.