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Ireland Gardaí watch airport in hunt for suspect in Keane Mulready-Woods murder

08:25  20 january  2020
08:25  20 january  2020 Source:   independent.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.

Gardai said that they are investigating the reports of images and videos circulating on social messaging apps that are unverified and are distressing to There had even been reports that his head was to be delivered to gang boss Cornelius Price, who is the bitter rival of the 35-year-old chief suspect in the

Gardai have said they do not believe the film was that of 17-year-old Keane Mulready - Woods ’s last moments – but urged people not to watch it anyway. Related video: Leo Varadkar pledges to get justice for Keane Mulready Woods . Keane Mulready - Woods murder : Police warn against sharing

a group of people in a field: Search: Gardaí search The Banks in Drogheda. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin © Colin Keegan, Collins Agency, Dublin Search: Gardaí search The Banks in Drogheda. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

A manhunt is under way for a major Drogheda feud criminal, who is also a main suspect for the gruesome murder of Keane Mulready-Woods (17), after a warrant was issued for his arrest. Specialist gardaí closely watched Dublin Airport and Dublin Port yesterday amid fears the 24-year-old - a leading member on one side of the bloody feud - was planning to flee to England.

In a special bulletin, officers have been warned the thug is "dangerous" and armed gardaí are required to deal with him. The arrest warrant - issued on Thursday of last week - is not linked to last week's savage abduction, murder and dismemberment of the Drogheda teenager.

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.

Keane Mulready - Woods went missing from his home on Sunday. He was murdered and his body was dismembered. Gardaí say DNA tests have confirmed that human remains found in a Those involved in his murder are believed to have sought to leave his remains at various locations in Dublin and Louth.

Keane Mulready - Woods Gardai . A clip has emerged purporting to show the sick murder of Mulready - Woods , who investigators Detectives are hunting the chief suspect in the case, a hitman who had connections to slain senior gang member Richard Carberry, The Irish Independent reported.

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The warrant alleged that the mobster has breached strict High Court bail conditions on multiple occasions since December. He is facing serious charges in relation to an incident which happened in Drogheda last year. He has been cleared in various courts of a number of other serious charges. The warrant states the murder suspect has failed to sign on at a Garda station on a number of occasions in December and this month.

a person posing for the camera: Keane Mulready-Woods Keane Mulready-Woods It is also alleged he has not been constantly staying at an address in Drogheda which he is obliged to do as part of his bail conditions. "Gardaí hope to execute the arrest warrant with the intention of bringing the suspect off the streets and into prison," a source told the Irish Independent. "If this happens it will ease tensions in the Co Louth town - there is a very tense, strange atmosphere in Drogheda at the moment."

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The chief suspect in the murder of Keane Mulready - Woods is a gangland psychopath who vowed revenge after Carberry’s slaying. They are watching each other all the time. “There was information coming in that someone would be targeted last weekend and that’s why there was a huge Garda

MURDERED teenager Keane Mulready - Woods was tortured before he was killed and his body parts thrown Police are now hunting a “psychopathic” murderer , with their main suspect alleged to be a FATAL SMASH. Woman, 28, killed in Manchester Airport crash as other driver seriously injured.

Sources say the 24-year-old criminal has been "driving a lot of the hatred" in the feud. He is the main target for the rival Maguire faction and suspected of being the man recorded goading and abusing paralysed Owen Maguire last year in a recorded phone call. In the call, which was video recorded and shared on social media, Maguire - who is confined to a wheelchair after being shot by the rival gang in July 2018 - is ridiculed about his paralysis.

The rival mobster goads him by asking: "Do you want to go for a walk and sort this out?" It comes as it emerged that a slagging match over a pair of flip-flops between a recently released criminal and a Coolock teen might have been the trigger for the brutal murder and dismemberment of Keane Mulready-Woods.

A Dublin criminal in his 30s, who was released from jail just weeks ago and is also a main suspect for the murder, was recently attacked and filmed on a Dublin street after coming out of a gym. Video of the incident was shared widely on social media.

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Reports suggest Gardaí received intelligence that Keane had been murdered and mutilated by sick gang rivals - with speculation his head The chief suspect for the murder was by gardaí in Drogheda drinking in a local pub on Wednesday afternoon. Machetes and knives found at 'blood-soaked' house

Keane Mulready - Woods was an Irish teenager who disappeared in January 2020 and whose remains were found in two locations during the following week. He was last seen by his family around 6pm on 12 January 2020 in Drogheda.

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A Garda Lamp with a Garda Siochana logo seen outside a Blackrock Garda Station. On Friday, December 14, 2018, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) © Artur Widak/NurPhoto A Garda Lamp with a Garda Siochana logo seen outside a Blackrock Garda Station. On Friday, December 14, 2018, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Later, the Coolock man suspected of carrying out the assault posted a selfie in a pair of black and white flip-flops which are believed to have been taken from the criminal's gym bag. Investigators say tensions have been growing since the incident and sources say the criminal and his associates were furious at how he was ridiculed publicly by the young Coolock man.

In a gruesome turn of events a pair of flip-flops were found in the bag containing the limbs of the teenager last Monday. Meanwhile, Bishop Michael Router has said he is not afraid to stand up for the ordinary people of Drogheda whose lives are being destroyed by "ruthless" drugs gangs who have "a stranglehold" on communities in the town.

The Auxiliary Bishop of Armagh said that while there is a risk involved in speaking out against violent criminals, people need to come together if the scourge of violent crime is to be defeated. Speaking to the Irish Independent at Our Lady of Lourdes parish in Drogheda, Dr Router said: "Sometimes you just have to make a stand and say what maybe others can't say and take that risk on behalf of other people.

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

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

Addressing the murder of Keane Mulready - Woods in Drogheda on Friday, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar vowed to bring the teenager's killers to justice. " I really want to say to people across the country and also to the people here in Drogheda that crime doesn't pay, that we will get these people behind bars

Comes after Keane Mulready - Woods , 17, was killed as part of a gang war. Murder is thought to The men were driving in a car in the St Margaret's area of the city, near the airport , when multiple shots Mr Mulready - Woods is believed to have been murdered as part of a feud between two drugs gangs

"I would hope that the message is getting out there that all the priests working in the town are willing and open to people using them as the vehicle for getting information through to the gardaí."

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Up to 40 of the main protagonists in the deadly Drogheda feud, including women and children, have "gone to ground" in recent days fearing that they will be shot or arrested. The development comes as it has emerged that a high-level meeting involving senior officers from many of the Garda's specialist units took place on Monday and a "strategy" for tackling the feuding gangs "head-on" was discussed.

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