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Dundalk: Body found in burnt-out car

Gardaí have launched an investigation into the incident. The body was discovered after the fire in the car was put out.

GARDAÍ HAVE OPENED an investigation after a body was found in a car that had been on fire.

A garda spokesperson told this evening that gardaí were called to a car on fire at around 7.15pm on Gyles Quay in Dundalk this evening.

When the fire was extinguished, it was discovered that there was a body in the car.

The area has been sealed off and an investigation is now under way. A post-mortem on the body will take place in due course.

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