Man (33) arrested in relation to Noah Donohoe’s laptop
A man (33) has been arrested on charges related to the laptop of Noah Donohoe, the Belfast teenager who was found dead in a storm drain near the M2 motorway in June.
Police said he has been charged with the theft of a laptop computer on 21 June 2020.
He is expected to appear in Belfast Magistrates Court this morning, 12 November.
It is believed that the computer was in Noah’s green backpack.
The 14-year-old’s backpack was found days after he went missing.
Noah went missing on 21 June. His body was found in a storm drain in north Belfast six days later.
A post-mortem examination found he died as a result of drowning.
In August, coroner Joe McCrisken stressed investigations are continuing.
He said his preliminary findings were that there was no evidence that Noah had been attacked, and no evidence that any other person had been involved in his disappearance and death.
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