Gardaí appeal for information about Dublin murder

Gardaí appeal for information about Dublin murder

Gardaí in Dublin have issued a new appeal for information about the murder of a 43-year-old man in Rathfarnham earlier this year.

Liam 'Blackie' Murray was found dead at his cottage on Rockbrook Road in March.

He had been shot a number of times.

Gardaí say they are particularly looking for information about a number of vehicles that may have been in the area on the afternoon or evening of St Patrick's Day.

They vehicles are a dark-coloured Range Rover, a silver BMW, a silver Ford Fiesta and a dark, old-style, soft-top BMW.


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