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Ireland Gardai not treating discovery of body of woman (83) in Kerry as suspicious

19:05  29 october  2019
19:05  29 october  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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The remains were discovered in the pensioner's home outside Ballyduff, Co Kerry around 10am today when friends and neighbours became concerned for the woman's welfare.

The pensioner had not been seen for a couple of days.

She lived on her own in a property outside the village of Ballyduff.

Attending gardaí found no sign of a break-in and no indication of anything suspicious at the house.

Gardaí have requested the assistance of the Office of the State Pathologist.

The scene has been preserved pending a preliminary examination.

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Gardaí have launched an investigation after a woman ’s body was discovered this afternoon in the Homestead Court Complex in Cabra. The 33-year-old mother-of-two was found by a relative in an apartment this afternoon. The woman appears to have died in a violent manner

The body was discovered at around 6.30am at Butler Park off the Cheeverstown Toad in Tallaght, D24. It is understood the man was local and was aged in Advertisement. While that will determine the direction of the investigation, it is understood the death is being treated as suspicious and the man

A full post mortem examination will be conducted at University Hospital Kerry (UHK).

Listowel gardaí stressed that the nature of their investigation will be determined by the findings of that post mortem examination.

One garda source indicated that the matter is being treated as a sudden death rather than as anything suspicious.

The woman lived alone but was regularly seen in Ballyduff village where she did her shopping and attended Mass.

It is understood concerns were raised for her when she did not attend Mass or a community event over the weekend.

The woman had a number of health issues over recent years.

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