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Funeral of taxi driver found dead in Dundalk to take place today

There has also been a renewed appeal for witnesses over Martin Mulligan’s death.


Updated at 7am

GARDAÍ INVESTIGATING THE death of a taxi driver in Dundalk have renewed their appeal for witnesses.

Martin Mulligan (53) was found dead in the early hours of Monday morning on a road in Kilcurry.

His funeral will take place today.

Gardaí are looking to speak with:

  • Any motorist who travelled the Dublin to Armagh Road between 1am and 3.30am on 28 September
  • Any person who may have been a customer of the deceased during the night to contact them or anyone with information, particularly those who were in the Cran More/Kilcurry area on the same date.

His car was a silver champagne coloured Skoda Octavia with the registration 07 LH 5599.

Taxi driver death Source: PA WIRE

The man was stabbed several times during the late-night attack.

A cross-border investigation between gardaí and the PSNI is taking place.

Martin Mulligan will be laid to rest this morning at St Joseph’s Redemptorist Church in Dundalk.

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