Saturday, 20 July, 2019

Murder probe as hunt under way for killers of Polish man

Man dies and his partner is seriously injured by armed gang who broke into County Cork home Gardaí investigating serious armed assault on a man and woman in Cork
Deanna Wagner | 13 June, 2018, 16:04

Wilk died of his injuries in hospital, while his partner, only named as Elzbieta and who is in her early 30s, was seriously injured.

The couple were rushed to Cork University Hospital for treatment, however Mr Wilk was pronounced dead at around 5.30am.

The BBC reports that the two children, both under six years of age, had witnessed the brutal attack [VIDEO] on their father and mother.

The injuries sustained by the woman, in her 30s, are not believed to be life-threatening.

They are appealing to anyone with information to contact them - in particular, drivers who may have dash cam footage and who travelled in the Maglin, Ballincollig, Ballinora and Waterfall areas between 2am and 5am yesterday morning.

Family friend Aga Deryng has said that the Polish community in Co.

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Officers investigating the incident say they are now searching for the men behind the attack.

Garda investigating the death of Mikolaj Wilk at the bridge House in Baillincollig in Cork in the early hours of the morning said today that they have launched a murder investigation.

A auto, believed to be a BMW 3 Series, was later found burned out six kilometres away at Iniskenny, Ballinora, Waterfall.

The scene where the vehicle was found and the house where the attack took place have been sealed off for forensic examination.

RTÉ reports that Mr Wilk, who was originally from Poland, had lived in Ballincollig for several years and ran a garden maintenance business.