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|Police appeal on car park murder |
(about 5 hours later)
The police are expected to reveal further details about the murder of a woman in County Antrim.
|The body of Shirley Finlay, 24, from Crebilly Road, Ballymena, was discovered in a car park off Mount Street in the town on Tuesday.||The body of Shirley Finlay, 24, from Crebilly Road, Ballymena, was discovered in a car park off Mount Street in the town on Tuesday.|
It has not yet been revealed how she died. A police spokesman said they were investigating a motive for the murder.
Detectives have appealed for information about the woman's movements prior to her death.
They also want to hear from anyone who saw suspicious activity before 0320 BST in Mount Street.
|Police began a murder inquiry after getting the results of a post mortem examination on Wednesday.||Police began a murder inquiry after getting the results of a post mortem examination on Wednesday.|
SDLP councillor Declan O'Loan described the discovery as a tragedy.
"Whatever the exact circumstances, and those remain to be revealed, it is a tragic situation," he said.