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IrelandDublin family renew appeal on 20th anniversary of Raonaid Murray's murder

11:10  04 september  2019
11:10  04 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Raonaid Murray was last seen alive at around 11.20pm on Friday 3 September 1999. GARDAÍ ARE RENEWING their appeal for information about a 17-year-old girl on the 20 th anniversary of Gardaí, together with her family , are again renewing their appeal for any information which may assist their

Last year on the 20 th anniversary of her death, her father Jim Murray described the “horrific shadow” hanging over the family since her murder . “It’ s 20 years since Raonaid was murdered but to us her awful death is still vivid in our minds and we feel the pain of her loss every day. We feel that the

Dublin family renew appeal on 20th anniversary of Raonaid Murray's murder © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Murder Victim Raonid Murray Gardai have said they are remaining fully committed to the investigation of Raonaid Murray's murder as they renew their appeal for witnesses on her 20th anniversary.

The 17-year-old was brutally murdered on her way back from Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin on September 4 1999 at 12:30am after being last seen just one hour before that.

Her body was found at Silchester Crescent in Glenageary, less than 500 yards from her home, Dublin Live reports.

Raonaid's family along with gardai are renewing their appeal for any information which may assist in their continued investigation with a full time incident room in-situ at Dun Laoghaire Garda Station.

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The family of murdered teenager Raonaid Murray (17) from Glasthule, Co Dublin have called on her killer to "do the right thing and confess your crime" on the 20 th anniversary of her death.

Raonaid Murray , 17, was attacked as she made her way home early on September 4, 1999. She was last seen alive at about 11.20pm the previous night as Marking the 20 th anniversary of her murder , her family said yesterday that they felt the pain of her loss every day. Speaking on behalf of her

A spokeswoman for the Gardai said: "Many who were then Raonaid’s age are now parents themselves with children, some of which would now be close to Raonaid’s age, and we would ask them to reflect now with the benefit of maturity and hindsight on any information which may be of assistance to the investigation.

Dublin family renew appeal on 20th anniversary of Raonaid Murray's murder © Photo Stephen Collins/Collins The scene in which Dublin school girl Raonaid Murray was murdered, just yards from her home in Silchester Park, Glenageary, on September 4, 1999.

"Despite a large number of suspects having been identified during the course of this investigation, there is in reality no prime suspect.

"The lack of a prime suspect arises from the fact that there has been no motive identified in this case. In over 3400 witness statements there is not one word of enmity towards Raonaid."

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The family of Raonaid Murray have issued an appeal to her killer on the 20 th anniversary of her murder to "own up" and "confess your crime". The 17-year-old was attacked and stabbed to death on her way home in Glenageary in Co Dublin in the early hours of 4 September 1999.

Gardaí have renewed an appeal for information on the murder of Raonaid Murray on the 15 th anniversary of the 17-year-old’ s murder . Murray ’ s body was found at 12.33am, Saturday, September 4th, less than 500 metres from her home in Glenageary, Co Dublin . She had been out socialising

They concluded: "If any person has any information which could assist in identifying a motive for the murder of Raonaid and / or if any person has any doubts about the veracity of an alibi already provided, we would appeal for your immediate assistance. You may be unknowingly shielding a killer."

If you have any information on the case, you can contact the Garda Incident Room at Dun Laoghaire Garda Station, phone 01-6665000 / 6665012 or alternatively the Garda Confidential line at 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

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