Ireland Suspect in killing of frail Rose (78) finally arrested and faces extradition

08:20  31 december  2019
08:20  31 december  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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An extradition process is now under way to bring a suspect detained over the brutal murder of widow Rose Hanrahan (78) in Limerick from the UK back to Ireland.

The man, who was detained by UK police over two weeks ago on foot of an Irish-issued European Arrest Warrant (EAW), is wanted for questioning by Limerick detectives over the Christmas 2017 murder of the frail pensioner.

Ms Hanrahan was violently assaulted in her own home in what appeared to have been a botched robbery.

She was then tied up and strangled.

It is understood that English police acted on the EAW immediately they became suspicious of the suspect's identity.

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The matter has already been before an English magistrate.

However, the legal process is expected to take several weeks.

Detectives are ready to fly to the UK to help with the extradition process if needed.

Limerick gardaí were notified by English police of the detention via Interpol and Europol.

Forensic data played a key role in the arrest.

Gardaí declined to comment further on the development and refused to specify where in the UK the man was detained. However, Limerick sources said the arrest is being viewed as "a major development" in the two-year murder investigation.

Two weeks ago, neighbours, friends, politicians and community leaders attended a special vigil to mark the second anniversary of a killing which shocked the entire community.

Ms Hanrahan was found dead in her Thomondgate home on December 15, 2017, by relatives who called to her cottage amid concerns for her welfare.

She was found tied up inside her home. The widow had been strangled and her home was ransacked.

Gardaí believe that she was killed after a robbery went wrong.

Her killer is believed to have stalked her and followed her home - breaking into her house in the belief she had cash inside.

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