Death of man on towpath ‘not suspicious’

Pacemaker  Belfast 21/06/2014'Racist Attack Lisburn'Police are investigating whether an assault on two men in Lisburn, County Antrim, was a hate crime.'The men, aged 32 and 36 and believed to be Polish, were attacked by a number of men on the River Lagan towpath between Bridge Street and Hill Street. It happened at about 02:20 BST on Saturday. Picture By: Aidan O�"Reilly Pacemaker Press
Pacemaker Belfast 21/06/2014'Racist Attack Lisburn'Police are investigating whether an assault on two men in Lisburn, County Antrim, was a hate crime.'The men, aged 32 and 36 and believed to be Polish, were attacked by a number of men on the River Lagan towpath between Bridge Street and Hill Street. It happened at about 02:20 BST on Saturday. Picture By: Aidan O�"Reilly Pacemaker Press

A postmortem is to be carried out on the body of a man who died suddenly at the Lagan Towpath in Lisburn on Saturday (June 11).

The man, who is believed to have been in his thirties, had apparently been jogging in the area at the time.

The police who have been investigating the sudden death have said it is “not being treated as suspicious at this time”.