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Ireland Gardai keeping 'open mind' after discovery of body at house in Kerry

17:10  21 november  2019
17:10  21 november  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Gardaí say they are keeping an open mind at this stage of the investigation. The scene has been preserved. The man's body was removed Mayo University Hospital in Castlebar, where a post-mortem examination will be carried out to determine the cause of death.

Gardaí are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a woman's body in Co Mayo, in a house close to the Galway border. No arrests have been made and gardaí are understood to be keeping an open mind as to the cause of death at this stage.

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GARDAÍ are investigating the discovery of a body at a house in Kerry.

The discovery, shortly after 10am today, was made at a property in Killarney just metres from Fitzgerald Stadium.

Paramedics were alerted but the person was pronounced dead at the scene.

It is believed the individual may have been dead for several hours.

The area was immediately cordoned off to permit a full technical and forensic examination.

Members of the Garda Technical Bureau are now examining the scene.

Uniformed gardaí are expected to conduct door-to-door inquiries to determine the last known movements of the deceased.

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A retired detective inspector, who was part of the so-called Murder Squad which investigated the Kerry Babies case in 1984, has repeated his calls for the bodies of the two babies involved to be exhumed so that new DNA analysis can be carried out.

Gardaí investigating the discovery of a man's body in Dalkey, Co. Dublin say they are keeping an open mind into the cause of his death. Another woman added she was ‘horrified’ that an incident like this could happen. A technical exam is still underway in Dalkey after a mans body was discovered in

Gardaí have notified the Office of the State Pathologist.

The body will later be removed to University Hospital Kerry (UHK) for a full post mortem examination.

A garda source said they are keeping an open mind about the tragic discovery.

The nature of the garda investigation will be determined by the findings of the post mortem examination.

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