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Murder of David Byrne at Inchicore, Dublin on the 19/3/11 - Further arrest

Gardai have made three further arrests in relation to the murder of David Byrne on the 19th March 2011.

Three males - all aged in their late teens were arrested this morning (29/3/11) and are currently detained at Garda Stations in the south inner city.  Two of the men are detained under Section 30 of the Offences against the State Act, 1939, and one under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.<_o3a_p>

This brings to 14 the number arrested in relation to this investigation.<_o3a_p>

Previous press releases refer.



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Gardai in Kilmainham investigating the murder of a male (19yrs) in Inchicore on the 19th March 2011 are appealing for witnesses to the incident to come forward.

In particular anyone who may have seen a number of youths run along the canal from the direction of Davitt House and over the bridge towards Emmet Court shortly after 10pm on the 20th March 2011.

Gardai can be contacted in Kilmainham on 01 6667300, the Garda Confidential Line or any Garda Station.

The post mortem is due to take place tomorrow morning.


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Gardai in Kilmainham are investigating the discovery of a seriously injured male (19yrs) in Inchicore on the 19th March 2011. He later died at St. James hospital.

The incident occurred at approx 10.30pm on the 19th March 2011 at the car park of Emmet Court apartment block, Inchicore,  the male was seriously injured and taken to St. James Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11.45pm on the 19th March 2011.

The scene has been preserved for a Technical Examination to be carried out by the Technical Bureau, Garda Headquarters.

The services of the State Pathologist have been requested and a Post Mortem is expected to take place later today.

Gardai are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to contact them at Kilmainham on 01 6667300, the Garda Confidential Line or any Garda Station.


Garda Press Office.