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Ireland Inquest opens into murder of homeless man on O'Connell St

10:50  16 october  2019
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A homeless man stabbed to death on Dublin’s O ’ Connell Street was a friend of the man believed to have fatally wounded him with a long-bladed knife. The killing was recorded by Garda cameras covering the area and gardaí also recovered a large knife, which they believe was the murder weapon.

Homeless man killed on O ’ Connell St was stabbed with long-bladed knife. Supt Paul Costello, of Store Street station, appealed to anyone with information to or who saw anything in the O ’ Connell Street , Cathal Brugha Street or Marlborough Street areas between 1am and 2am to come forward.

a bus driving down a busy city street © Leah Farrell AN INQUEST HAS opened into the death of a 28-year-old man who was stabbed to death on O’Connell Street earlier this year.

Father-of-one Peter Donnelly, who was from Kilkenny, had been living in hostels and sleeping rough in Dublin before his death.

He sustained serious injuries in an altercation on Upper O’Connell St in the early hours of 11 June this year.

At Dublin Coroner’s Court yesterday, Detective Garda John O’Donovan from Store Street garda station told coroner Dr Myra Cullinane that the man’s remains were identified by his uncle on 13 June.

The coroner said the post-mortem report gave the cause of death as hemorrhage due to stab sounds.

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Damien Singleton (left) has been charged with the murder of Peter Donnelly (right) on O ’ Connell St in Dublin on Tuesday morning. The arrested man , who is unemployed, had his detention at Store Street Garda station prolonged so he could receive hospital treatment to a hand injury and undergo surgery.

Family members at an inquest into Mr Burke’s death asked whether gardaí were treating his death as murder . Senior investigating officer Det Insp Colm O ’Malley of Clonalkin Garda station confirmed the death was being treated as unexplained and investigations were continuing.

A man has been charged in relation to the man’s murder and the inquest has now been adjourned until criminal proceedings are over.


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