Keane Mulready-Woods murder: Mayor of Drogheda to hold public rally in the town
THE MAYOR OF Drogheda has said he will hold a rally in the town to allow people articulate how they feel about the ongoing feud and the killing of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods.
Investigations are continuing into the killing and dismemberment of the teenager which is believed to be connected to the feud.
Keane’s remains were first discovered in the Moatview area of Coolock in Dublin on Monday night, when gardaí found what appeared to be human limbs and parts of a torso in a hold-all bag.
His head was subsequently discovered in a burnt-out car at Trinity Terrace, near Croke Park, in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Gardaí are continuing to carry out forensic tests on a home in Rathmullen Park in Drogheda, which they believe might have been used to house the teenage victim.
Speaking on LMFM this afternoon, Drogheda Mayor Paul Bell said the community is in “despair” after the killing and that he wants people to come together.
“I understand the fears of the community and what they are facing because this is not just the word of a public representative but someone living in these communities. There’s a sense of despair, I think there is a place now that people want to articulate how they feel,” Bell said.
“More details will be released in the coming hours about what is to take place, and I want to make clear, this is not a political venture, the mayor’s office is not a political position. As first citizen I ...
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