Ireland 'Gutted' Rapper Bugzy Malone pays tribute to murdered Drogheda teen Keane Mulready-Woods

03:25  18 january  2020
03:25  18 january  2020 Source:   dublinlive.ie

Teen brutally butchered by Narco-style killers named as Drogheda native Keane Mulready-Woods

  Teen brutally butchered by Narco-style killers named as Drogheda native Keane Mulready-Woods Gardai have outlined two main suspects in the shocking case, both of whom have links to feuds in Coolock and Drogheda .One of the men has recently been released from prison while the other escaped a hit attempt just hours before the gruesome discovery was made in Dublin.The suspect escaped by the skin of his teeth on Monday when the taxi he was travelling in was shot at in an apparent retaliation in Drogheda.An innocent driver was rushed to hospital after the shooting and suffered non life-threatening injuries.

Keane Mulready - Woods Gardai. The thugs who killed and dismembered 17-year-old Irish teen Keane Mulready - Woods — whose severed head was found inside a burning car — during an apparent gang hit may have filmed the brutal slaying and posted it online, according to a new report.

Keane Mulready - Woods from Drogheda was reported missing by his family on Sunday 12 January. The Irish News reports that Gardai believe that the The Daily Mirror said that it is believed that Mr Keane was abducted and taken to a house where he was murdered and his body dismembered.

British rapper Bugzy Malone has paid tribute to Drogheda teen Kean Mulready-Woods who was brutally killed this week.

The Manchester star said he's gutted to hear of the shocking crime and posted a picture of the pair together.

Gardai are investigating the horrendous murder and recovered bloody machetes which are thought to have been used in his killing.

The 17-year-old was stabbed and dismembered on Sunday evening in a murder that has left the world shocked.

Greiving relatives pay emotional tributes to Louth boy Keane Mulready-Woods who was brutally murdered

  Greiving relatives pay emotional tributes to Louth boy Keane Mulready-Woods who was brutally murdered Gardai have confirmed that human remains found in two Dublin locations this week belong to missing Drogheda teen Keane Mulready-Woods .A frantic search for the teenage boy was under way since Sunday night after he was reported missing from his home in Co Louth.Body parts were discovered in a sports bag at Moatview Drive, Coolock on Monday night.And more remains were found in a burning car on Trinity Terrace, Drumcondra on Wednesday morning.

The full tragedy of teenager Keane Mulready - Woods ’s death played out, as so many things do these days, on social media. “Has anyone seen my Keane ’s descent into Drogheda ’s criminal underworld happened faster than usual. He became involved with one of the major drug gangs in the area at a

Murdered teen Keane Mulready - Woods . The brutally dismembered body has now been identified by police as missing teenager Keane Mulready - Woods . The 17-year-old is believed to have been abducted from his home in Drogheda , Co Louth, before being tortured and killed and his limbs placed

Malone, whose real name is Aaron Davis, sent a message out to the youngster's family and friends and thanked Keane for supporting his career.

a person holding a sign: Bugzy Malone with Keane © Provided by Dublin Live Bugzy Malone with Keane

He said: "I've just had some bad news that one of my young fans has passed away. Keane Mulready-Woods. I just want to send my regards out to his family and friends.

"Gutted. I hope the family is OK. Rest in peace."

He then posted a pic with the caption "thank you for your support you helped change my life young Keane".

Distraught family are still trying to get to grips with the brutal crime .

a dog sitting on a sidewalk: Keane Mulready-Woods © Provided by Dublin Live Keane Mulready-Woods

A heartbroken cousin has urged anyone with information to contact gardai as any little info could prove vital in catching the culprits.

Homeless woman, 20s, found dead in city centre accommodation

  Homeless woman, 20s, found dead in city centre accommodation A file will be prepared for the Coroner's Court.Gardai confirmed a file will be prepared for the Coroner's Court. A spokesman said: “Gardaí were called to the scene of a sudden death of a female in her late 20s that occurred at approximately 5pm at Parkgate Street, Dublin 8 on Wednesday, January 15th. A file will be prepared for the Coroner’s Court”. The DRHE sent their condolences to the woman's family and friends.

Image caption Keane Mulready - Woods was reported missing by his family on Sunday night. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Irish Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan have visited Drogheda in the wake of the murder of a County Louth teenager . The remains of 17-year-old Keane Mulready - Woods were

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said the full resources of An Garda Síochána are available to the team investigating the murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready - Woods . The teenager was murdered and his remains dismembered before being left at a number of locations in Dublin.

She said: "Sickos! If anyone hears or sees anything please just send it to the guards. We wants justice for our boy Keane."

Earlier this week a garda spokesperson described the attack as "brutal and savage" and one that it was "completely unacceptable in any normal democratic society".


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Leo Varadkar and Micheal Martin join thousands of protesters in Drogheda for march against gangland crime .
Thousands of local people attended the march in protest of gangland crime which has plague the area in recent weeksThe “Standing Together” demonstration was planned in the days after the brutal murder and dismemberment of teenager Keane Mulready-Woods as part of the ongoing gang war.

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