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Body find is suspicious, claim PSNI.


POLICE are treating the death of a man last week as suspicious.

The body of Ronald Reid, 63, was discovered at his apartment on the Donaghadee Road, Bangor, on Christmas Eve.

Police said a number of unexplained physical injuries had been identified following a postmortem examination.

PSNI Detective Chief Inspector Ian Wilson said: "At this stage we are treating Ronald's death as suspicious.

"A postmortem examination has taken place and a number of unexplained physical injuries have been identified.

"From our initial enquiries we believe these injuries may have been sustained on Monday December 22."

He added: "Ronald would have frequented the town centre of Bangor regularly and I am appealing for anyone who saw him between Friday, December 20 and Monday, December 22 to contact us."


Tragic: Ronald Reid

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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Dec 28, 2014
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