Tuesday, 18 February, 2020

Human remains may be those of missing Drogheda teenager

Crime scene Gardaí preserve the scene in Moatview Gardens Coolock where human limbs were found Crime scene Gardaí preserve the scene in Moatview Gardens Coolock where human limbs were found
Deanna Wagner | 16 January, 2020, 19:20

Gardai are investigating a possible link between the remains in the auto and the human limbs found in a sports bag in Coolock yesterday (Tuesday) morning.

The police, known as the Gardai, said "human limbs were found in a bag outside houses at the junction of Moatview Gardens and Drive" in the suburban area of Coolock near Dublin, The Irish Times reported.

On Monday, four limbs were uncovered in a sports bag that was left on a footpath in a north Dublin suburb.

The victim has not been identified, and police have been looking through recent missing persons reports to assist in identifying the victim. The gruesome find was made in a burnt-out vehicle found overnight.

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Local authorities have been concerned for a missing teenager allegedly involved in the drug business. The young man had been threatened with abduction, murder, and bodily dismemberment.

A police source told the Irish Independent: "There is a lot of speculation going around about who these remains belong to, but it is simply too early to say".

The scene remains sealed off this morning to preserve any evidence. Reports of body parts found in a bag.

The scene has been cordoned off and the State Pathologist's office, as well as the Garda Technical Bureau, have been alerted.