A man's body has been discovered in south Dublin.
The remains were found on land at Blackrock Park this morning.
An investigation has been launched and Gardaí say the body appears to have been there for a period of time before being found.
The scene has been preserved for a technical exam and the body has been removed for a postmortem.
Gardaí say the results of which will determine the course of their investigation.
The age of the man hasn't been confirmed.
Train services through nearby Booterstown station were suspended for a time at the request of Gardaí. However the line has since re-opened.
The line through Booterstown is now re-opened after the earlier disruption. Services will be operating with a delay as they attempt to return to a regular running service - MH https://t.co/o4myICuccX
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