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Ireland Gardaí arrest third person over death of homeless chef

08:15  06 february  2020
08:15  06 february  2020 Source:   independent.ie

Gardai arrest woman as part of five month probe into death of homeless chef Timmy Hourihane

  Gardai arrest woman as part of five month probe into death of homeless chef Timmy Hourihane Gardai arrest woman as part of five month probe into death of homeless chef Timmy HourihaneA woman in her 30s was arrested in Cork on Wednesday morning by Gardaí for questioning about the death of Mr Hourhane on October 13 last.

GARDAÍ have arrested a third person as part of their five month investigation into the death of homeless chef Timothy 'Timmy' Hourihane (53). Gardaí have spoken with a number of people who came in contact with the Bantry-born chef over that Friday and Saturday. The scale of injuries

© Independent.ie Timmy Hourihane GARDAÍ have arrested a third person as part of their five month investigation into the death of homeless chef Timothy 'Timmy' Hourihane (53). Gardaí have spoken with a number of people who came in contact with the Bantry-born chef over that Friday and Saturday.

Members of Garda Siochana (Irish Police) patrol Dublin city center during Christmas Season.  On Saturday, December 21, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) © Artur Widak/NurPhoto Members of Garda Siochana (Irish Police) patrol Dublin city center during Christmas Season. On Saturday, December 21, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Gardaí arrested a third person as part of their five-month investigation into the death of homeless chef Timothy 'Timmy' Hourihane (53).

A woman in her 30s was arrested in Cork yesterday morning by officers for questioning about the death of Mr Hourihane on October 13 last year.

Two others were questioned under arrest several weeks ago as part of the ongoing investigation.

A Garda source indicated detectives have now received "substantial assistance" from the public, as well as key information from CCTV security camera footage.

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A woman has been arrested by Gardai investigating the violent murder of homeless man Timothy A garda spokesperson said this morning: "A third person has been arrested as part of an ongoing Timmy, who was a talented chef , had previously spoken about being attacked three times while living

The woman is the third person to be arrested as part of part of the investigation. A 26-year old man has been arrested over the death of a homeless man at an apartment complex in Cork last week. Today, gardaí arrested two men in connection with Mr Hourihane's murder . They are both being held

a sign on the side of a building: Stock photo © Ciaran McBride Stock photo The Bantry-born chef was found in a critical condition at Mardyke Walk at around 1am on the date in question.

A number of homeless people live in make-shift accommodation in the area which has been dubbed 'Tent City'.

One tent was spotted on fire and Cork Fire Brigade were alerted.

When it extinguished the blaze, it spotted Mr Hourihane lying unconscious a short distance away.

He died from injuries consistent with a prolonged and brutal beating.

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Third arrest made as part of investigation into death of homeless man in Cork in 2019. The arrest is the third by gardaí investigating the killing of Mr Hourihane and follows the arrest on December Mr Hourihane, a former chef , was a familiar figure among the homeless on the streets of Cork, availing

The woman is the third person to be arrested as part of part of the investigation. Two men were arrested and released without charge in connection with the murder in December. He was rushed by ambulance to Cork University Hospital where he died. Gardaí said the investigation is ongoing.

Gardai tracking down people who were near Dublin canal when homeless man was crushed by council machinery .
He is still being treated in St Vincent’s Hospital, where he is expected to remain for many months and there are significant fears he will never walk again .Natasha Morgan, the co-founder of the Feed Our Homeless charity, who saw the stricken man minutes after the incident, said: “I saw them [paramedics] put him on a stretcher and put him into an ambulance. “I didn’t recognise him, but I just saw his face was all blue so I knew he was at the very least seriously injured and that it was bad.” The alarm was raised by city council staff who alerted Gardaí in Pearse Street. © Mark Stedman/RollingNews.

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