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Woman's remains to be exhumed after new information on 1994 death

Based on the post mortem results, a new investigation into her death could be launched.

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THE BODY OF a woman who died 20 years ago will be exhumed this morning.

Gardaí from Rathmines, Dublin, have received new information about the woman’s death.

The woman, who was aged in her 40s, was found dead in an apartment in Dublin in 1994, but her death was deemed not to be suspicious.

The remains will be removed this morning from Rathkeale Cemetery in Limerick by members of the Garda Technical Bureau and brought to the University Hospital Limerick, where a post-mortem examination will be carried out.

The remains will then be re-interred.

A new investigation could be launched based on the results of the post mortem.

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