Six detained in relation to double murder

first_imgTwitter WhatsApp Previous articleCharged with intimidating witnessNext articleNew car sales motoring well admin Print Advertisement NewsLocal NewsSix detained in relation to double murderBy admin – January 13, 2011 651 center_img Facebook Linkedin GARDAI have been granted a further period of 72 hours to detain and question six people in relation to a double murder in Southill last Sunday. Chief Supt Dave Sheahan told a sitting of Limerick District Court that the investigation into the shootings was a “complex and extensive” one.  Over 100 gardai are involved in the criminal investigation, where over 1,600 hours of CCTV footage is being examined from 30 plus systems. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Forensic and scientific analysis is ongoing and almost 400 houses have been called to by gardai and up to 600 people have been interviewed.Two prime suspects, as well as four others, have been detained following the granting of the period of detention by Judge O’Donnell as they continue to investigate them under the suspicion of murder and withholding relevant information pertaining to the investigation. Emaillast_img read more