Alison McLaughlin Death – The circumstances surrounding the deaths of a couple in Greenock, Inverclyde, have been confirmed by the police as being those of a murder-suicide. A report of concern for the well-being of Alison McLaughlin, 53, and Neil McLaughlin, 57, was received on Friday, January 5th, 2024, at 17:05, and the bodies of both of them were discovered inside their residence, police said in a press released.
On Thursday, Police Scotland announced that after conducting comprehensive investigations, police were not looking for anyone else in connection with the fatalities. This was the conclusion reached after the officers. They confirmed that Alison’s death was being investigated as a murder, whereas Neil’s death was being examined as a non-suspicious death.
Suicide Prevention Peer Support Service
‘Man On’ is a suicide prevention peer support service for the men of Inverclyde. They have online meetings via Zoom every Tuesday evening at 7pm, and a WhatsApp group for support and updates. They also have premises at 15 Dellingburn Street, Greenock. This group is available to all males across Inverclyde. In addition, they have set up groups for women. For them there is an online Zoom meeting every Wednesday from 7pm – 9pm (themed talks) as well as 1:1 support on a Thursday between 6pm and 9pm (either in person or via zoom).
Alison McLaughlin’s ;obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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