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#Skeletal remains

# skeletal-remains - Monday 6 April, 2020

Ancient skeletal remains believed to date back to 15th century found in Swords, Co Dublin

Gardaí were called to the scene by locals at 6pm this evening.

# skeletal-remains - Tuesday 19 September, 2017

Skeletal remains wash up on seashore in Clare

Walkers found the remains on rocks this afternoon.

# skeletal-remains - Saturday 14 September, 2013

Human remains found in Dublin Mountains

Gardaí are investigating after a walker found skeletal remains on a mountain in Rathfarnham last night.

# skeletal-remains - Tuesday 28 February, 2012

Skeletal remains discovered in Co Donegal

A digger discovered the remains this morning outside Lifford.

# skeletal-remains - Wednesday 18 January, 2012

Man arrested over skeletal remains found in Dublin forest

The man in his 20s is being questioned over the murder of James Kenny McDonagh, whose remains were discovered earlier this month.

# skeletal-remains - Wednesday 23 March, 2011

Skeletal remains found in Dublin could be female

The remains, which could be up to three years old, were discovered by a child searching for a lost ball in Tolka Valley Park in Finglas.

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.