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heartbroken family Funeral details announced for 'sadly missed' Roscommon man Aidan Moffitt

A man (22) has been charged with his murder and is set to appear in court


Aidan Moffitt

Aidan Moffitt

Aidan Moffitt

The funeral details for Aidan Moffitt, whose body was found in his home in Sligo on Monday, have been announced.

Aidan will repose at Sharkey Funeral Home, Ballaghderreen on Sunday April 17th from 4pm to 7pm.

Removal from the funeral home will take place on Monday April 18th at 11.30 for funeral mass at 12pm in Christ the King Church, Lisacul.

Burial will take place afterwards at Lisacul cemetery.

Family have asked for family flowers only, with donations in memory of Aidan made to the National Council for the Blind or MS Ireland.

The death notice said Aidan "is predeceased by his father Thomas (Tom) and his brother Anthony."

It reads: "He will be sadly missed and remembered with love by his heartbroken family, mother Kathleen, sister Sharon, brothers Christy and Gerard, niece Laura, nephews Keith and Daniel, sister-in-law Adrienne, brother-in-law Sean, uncle Junior, godmother Mary, relatives, neighbours, colleagues and a large circle of friends."

Aidan Moffitt (42), who was found dead in his home on Monday night, April 11th.

On Monday, at approximately 8.30pm, Gardaí from Sligo Garda Station attended at a private residence at Cartron Heights, Sligo, following a call from the public.

There Gardaí discovered the body of Aidan Moffitt, who was the subject of a serious physical assault and had also suffered significant injuries.

At approximately 10.30pm on the following night an officer from Sligo Garda Station attended at a home at Connaughton Road, Sligo, following the receipt of a 999 call.

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There Gardaí discovered the body of Michael Snee who had been subject of a serious physical assault and had suffered significant injuries.

A man (22) has been charged with the murders and is set to appear before a court on Thursday evening.

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