Eimear Clarke's death no longer treated as suspicious

Forensic officer Forensic officers were called to the scene where the woman's body was discovered

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The sudden death of a 30-year-old woman in west Belfast at the weekend is no longer being treated as suspicious.

Eimear Clarke's body was discovered in a house in the Derryveagh Close area on Sunday and forensic officers were called to examine the scene.

A post-mortem examination was carried out on Monday to establish how the mother-of-three died.

The results have not been released but police said her death is no longer believed to be suspicious.

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