Gardaí are investigating as 'unexplained' the death of a man in north Dublin.
The body of the Polish national, aged in his 50s, was discovered in the bedroom of a house in the Ballastown area of Lusk at around 5.00pm on Wednesday.
A family liaison officer has been appointed to establish contact and liaise with his family.
The body was taken to Dublin City Morgue, where a post-mortem took place on Thursday.
However details of the post mortem results are not being released "for operational reasons."
The scene continues to be preserved and examinations are ongoing by the Garda Technical Bureau and crime scene personnel.
Gardaí have set up an incident room at Balbriggan Garda station, and a senior investigating officer has been appointed.
While CCTV enquiries are ongoing and a number of witness statements have already been taken.
The last known movements of the man are on the evening of Monday March 1st.
An Garda Síochána are looking to speak with anyone with any information in relation to this investigation.
They are appealing for motorists with dashcam footage who were in or around the area of Ballastown, Lusk between Monday March 1st and 5.00pm on Wednesday March 3rd to contact them.
They add that the sighting of a male pedestrian on the Skerries Road, Commons Lane or Hill Lane in Lusk between the hours of 6.00pm and 8.00pm on March 1st is "of particular interest".
This man was wearing navy blue track suit bottoms and a black zip up bomber jacket, and was carrying a distinctive 'Lidl Deluxe' shopping bag - which was black with white writing.
Any person with any information is asked to contact Balbriggan Garda station on 01-666-4500, the Garda Confidential Line at 1800-666-111 or any Garda station.