Man found dead in Edenderry may have originally been from Kildare

Gardaí say death 'not suspicious'

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Man found dead in Edenderry hadn't been seen in weeks

Man found dead in Edenderry hadn't been seen for weeks

A Garda spokesperson has said that the discovery of a body in Edenderry on Tuesday morning, April 17, is "not being treated as suspicious."

The body of a man in his 30s was found at a property at Granary Court in the centre of the town after gardaí were alerted to the area at around 11.45am on Tuesday morning.

It's understood the body was at the scene at Granary Court for some time, and gardaí have said that "the man had not been seen for weeks."

The man's body was removed to the morgue at the Midland Regional Hospital in Tullamore where a post mortem was carried out on Wednesday.

A cause of death has not been made public but gardaí are treating the death as a personal tragedy. It's reported locally that the man was living locally but was a native of Carbury, Co. Kildare.