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Skeletal remains

Skeletal remains found in Dublin

THE STATE PATHOLOGIST has arrived at the scene where skeletal remains were found in Dublin today.

The remains were dicovered about 1pm today at Tolka Valley Park and gardai preserved the scene. State Pathologist Marie Cassidy is at the site and gardai say that it appears that the remains have been there “for some time”. The Garda Technical Bureau is also attending the scene of the find.

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