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Garda forensics experts seal off the body found near Gallows Hill and Turnpike Ennis on Friday morning. Photograph by Arthur Ellis

Preliminary post-mortem results indicate no foul play

GARDAI have said the initial findings of a post-mortem examination following the death of a 43-year-old man whose body was found in Ennis on Friday show that he died of a single stab wound to the chest.

The preliminary findings showed no sign of any third party involvement.

The man lived quite near to where his body was found, in a green area adjacent to Collins Park.

His body was found at around 10am on Friday morning by a passer-by.