Murder inquiry follows body find in Belfast's Cregagh area

Forensic officer entering house to examine death scene Police examine the house where the man's body was found

Police are now treating the death of a man in east Belfast as murder.

The body of 52-year-old George Gray, a father of three, was found by a friend at his home on the Cregagh Road at about 17:30 BST on Friday.

Two men, aged 29 and 34, who were arrested are still being questioned by the police.

Detectives want anyone who noticed suspicious activity in the area from Thursday evening to the early hours of Friday, to contact them.

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