Funeral of Noah Donohoe to take place in Belfast
Noah Donohoe's funeral is to take place this morning in Belfast.
The 14 year old boy's body was found on Saturday in a storm drain in the north of the city, following a week long search operation.
The service at St Patrick's Chapel on Donegall Street will be strictly private, however there is expected to be a funeral cortege from the church to his school, St Malachy's College.
Jennie Cornell, from the North Belfast Friendship group, says people are heartbroken Noah is gone - press PLAY
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