**Only the PISSNI could say a crime is not suspected

'Intimidated' man found dead
A shed was destroyed an attack in August

A man whose home had been attacked by arsonists has been found dead in County Antrim.

Sean Kyle, 36, spoke out publicly after a pet pig was killed in an arson attack at his home in the Sunningdale Park area of Ballymena last month.

Mr Kyle also said he had been warned by police after threats were made against him in an anonymous telephone call to the Samaritans.

Police have said they do not suspect a crime in connection with his death.

Mr Kyle's body was found in Broughshane, on the outskirts of Ballymena, on Tuesday.

Bin set alight

In a statement, the police said: "We are investigating the death of a man on behalf of the coroner. A crime is not suspected."

Last month, Mr Kyle hit out at those behind an arson attack at a shed at the back of his house which killed his sons' pot bellied pig.

Mr Kyle said the arsonists knew the pig would have been in the shed.

Earlier in the week, a bin was pushed up against the back door and set alight.

Mr Kyle had said he would not be intimidated out of his house.

He had two sons Adam, 10, and seven-year-old Andrew.

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