The deaths of a middle-aged man and a woman found in a house in Belfast is being treated as a "suspected domestic homicide", police said today.
Detective Chief Inspector Una Jennings, senior investigating officer with the PSNI added:
I would describe it as a domestic incident, we believe that the perpetrator of this crime may well have been in a relationship with one or other of the victims.
We don't consider they pose a risk to the public at this time.
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