Garda probe launched after woman found dead with ‘suspicious injuries’ in Louth
The woman’s body was discovered at a residence on Bridge Street in the town centre yesterday evening
Gardaí investigating the discovery of a woman’s body at a house in Dundalk, Co Louth last night are probing whether the victim was subjected to a violent assault.
Senior sources said that the woman was discovered with “suspicious injuries”.
It is understood that a post-mortem will be conducted on her body later today, which will determine the course of the garda investigation.
The woman’s body was discovered at a residence on Bridge Street in the town centre yesterday evening.
“The investigation team is keeping an open mind on this at the moment, everything is being looked at,” said a source.
The scene is currently preserved for technical examination by the Garda Technical Bureau.
“No further information is available at this time,” a garda spokesperson said.
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