Gardaí appeal for info on bodies in burnt out car

Gardaí appeal for info on bodies in burnt out car

Gardaí are appealing for information that may help them identify the bodies of two people found inside a burnt out car in Co. Louth.

The remains were discovered by fire crews called out to deal with the car which was on fire at Ravensdale forest outside Dundalk last night.

The Deputy State Pathologist is carrying out preliminary post mortem examinations.

Superintendent Gerry Curley from Dundalk Garda Station has said they are still keeping an open mind as to what may have happened.

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