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Police appeal for help

Police appeal for help

An appeal has been made for relatives of a pensioner who died in North Belfast to get in touch with police.

The PSNI appeal follows the sudden death of the man last month.

Mr. John Bell passed away on January 13.

Police say the death was not suspicious but they are keen to speak to any relatives.

The 85-year-old pensioner had been living in the Ardavon Park area.

The PSNI say anyone with information should contact officers on 0845 600 8000.


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