GCN Circular 16376
J.A. Kennea (PSU), G. Cusumano (INAF-IASF PA), M. Perri (ASDC), P.A. Evans (U. Leicester), J.P. Osborne (U. Leicester) and D.N. Burrows (PSU) report on behalf of the Swift-XRT team: The XRT began observing the field of GRB 140610A at 17:58:18.3 UT, 5209.0 seconds after the BAT trigger. Using promptly downlinked data we find an uncatalogued X-ray source located at RA, Dec 286.26822, 3.90743 which is equivalent to: RA(J2000) = 19h 05m 04.37s Dec(J2000) = +03d 54' 26.7" with an uncertainty of 4.1 arcseconds (radius, 90% containment). This location is 29 arcseconds from the BAT onboard position, within the BAT error circle. This position may be improved as more data are received; the latest position is available at http://www.swift.ac.uk/sper. We cannot determine whether the source is fading at the present time. A power-law fit to a spectrum formed from promptly downlinked event data gives a column density consistent with the Galactic value of 1.19 x 10^22 cm^-2 (Willingale et al. 2013).