Coleraine death no longer suspicious, police say

Police have sealed off the area where the man was found Police sealed off the area where the man was found

The death of a man in Coleraine on Saturday is no longer being treated as suspicious following a post-mortem examination.

The 46-year-old was found outside a block of flats on Strand Road near the town's old bridge at around 03:50 GMT.

He was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment for head injuries, but was pronounced dead on arrival.

Two people who were arrested have since been released without charge.

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