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Drogheda feud: Police issue images warning after murder

Drogheda feud: Police issue images


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Police exploring the homicide of a County Louth young person are researching reports of pictures and recordings circling on social informing applications.

The remaining parts of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods were found on a street in Coolock on Monday night

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The body of the young person, who was accounted for missing on Sunday night, had been eviscerated.

Gardaí (Irish police) said the pictures being shared are unsubstantiated, however are upsetting to Keane’s family.

They said in the event that they are checked they “are insolent pictures of the expired and give bogus help to the culprits of this merciless wrongdoing”.

On Wednesday night gardaí said the remaining parts were those of the young person who had been accounted for missing by his family.

The disclosure of his appendages on Monday night started an escalated examination concerning sorted out wrongdoing, quarreling groups and murder.

Sealed off house in Drogheda

Police likewise accept that human stays found in a consuming taken vehicle at Trinity Lane off Clonliffe Avenue in Ballybough in the early long stretches of Wednesday morning are those of Keane, yet they are looking out for DNA affirmation.

Keane Mulready-Woods

Gardaí accept the homicide is identified with the progressing fight between two Drogheda groups of hoodlums, which has now cost three lives.

Be that as it may, specialists said it ought to be recalled the unfortunate casualty was a kid “attempting to discover his way throughout everyday life”.

The young person’s body was eviscerated as those included looked to leave his remaining parts at different areas in Dublin and Louth.


Gardaí are looking for the garments Keane was wearing and gave photos of a comparable outfit on their Facebook page.

As a feature of their examination, gardaí closed a house as a wrongdoing scene in Rathmullen Park in Drogheda and closed off the laneway at the back.


They are researching the likelihood that the young person may have been taken and assaulted.

Three different areas connected to the fundamental figures in both quarreling posses have likewise been looked.