Irish police rule out foul play over corpse in post office pension incident
The Guardian says Police suspect that a dead man who was brought to a post office in Ireland by two men trying to claim his pension had died just hours before the incident.
Gardaí have ruled out foul play, with a postmortem revealing he had died not long before the alarm was raised at Hosey’s shop and post office in the town of Carlow, in County Carlow.
Two men had reportedly attempted to collect 66-year-old Peader Doyle’s pension on Friday morning but were told by staff that the pensioner had to be present at the counter himself.
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