Stocco fugitives charged with range of offences including murder

Stocco fugitives charged with range of offences including murder

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and burglary in connection with the murder of a man at his house in Dublin.

The man has been formally charged with murder and robbery.

The accused was last night being held in custody at an east Dubli바카라사이트n police station.

The body of the man, who had just turned 75, was discovered in his home in a property on the village road near the Stocco Inn at Killarney at 11.30am on Thursday.

Gardai investigating the scene of a murder in Dublin today

The victim, a 69-year-old Irishman, was stabbed to death in his home. The body was discovered in a property in an area between the Stocco Inn and the Killarney Road in a part of the village known as the “Devils Gap”.

He had left the house to go to the local hospital, his body was discovered by two locals outside.

Detective Inspector Brian Breen said the man’s death is being treated as unexplained.

Gardai were called to the area of Killarney Road and the village road, just before 10pm and a group of young men were arrested and taken to the Stowmarket police station.

The man was taken to the East Dublin Hospital to be treated for a broken arm, however his condition was later deemed to be stable.

Gardai found a stolen weapon recovered from the crime scene. It was found to have been loaded with ammunition and was being used in a knife attack on two men.

Gardai were called in to investigate the theft of a hammer from the property on Thursday.

A further 23 firearms found at the scene were taken into evidence. A handgun believed to belong to the man involved was found beside the body.

Detective Inspector Breen said that a gun had been recovered on the crime scene from the property.

A further 18 firearms were also recovered from a nearby business.

A gardai cordon will be in place around the village road around Killarney today.

Gardai arrested a man in connection to the crime around 11.30am.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Criminal Investigations Unit Detective Superintendent Paul McGuinness at Central Area Command on 061 40 4050 or Crimest우리카지노oppers on 0800 555 111.

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