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ABC News 25 Jul 2020

Professional poker player's body found burned in a public park


The poker player, known as "Susie Q," played across the country, including in livestreamed games.

Police believe a body found in Belfast is that of missing teenager Noah Donohoe.

The body was found in the North Belfast area just before 9.45am on Saturday and police said there was no evidence of foul play. Noah has been missing since he left home last Sunday.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland said: "Police can confirm that a body was recovered in the North Belfast area just before 9.45am today."
Authorities on Tuesday were searching for answers in the deaths of three people who were found unresponsive in a backyard above-ground swimming pool in New Jersey. CBSN New York has the story.
There is growing speculation that three people found dead in an above-ground swimming pool in New Jersey may have been electrocuted after authorities reportedly called an electrician to the home after the incident. Authorities haven't confirmed if there was an electrical issue, however, a hidden danger with pools is their ability to conduct electricity. There have been multiple tragic instances of electrocution deaths in pools across the United States.
Police are asking the public to remain vigilant as they continue to look for Martin Carpentier, the 44-year-old father of two young girls, Norah and Romy, found dead in Quebec on Saturday.

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