Gardaí investigating after woman's body found in Tyrrelstown, Dublin
The discovery was made at approximately 5:20am this morning in Tyrrelstown.
Gardaí are investigating "all circumstances" after the body of a woman was found in west Dublin on Sunday morning.
The discovery was made at approximately 5:20am in Tyrrelstown, near Blanchardstown.
A garda spokesperson told sundayworld.com: "A post-mortem will take place at a later date, the results of which will determine the course of the investigation."
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