Gardaí idenify Dublin remains as those of man missing since July

Gardaí idenify Dublin remains as those of man missing since July
Mark Burke. Pic: Gardaí

Gardaí investigating the discovery of body parts at a recycling plant in Dublin have identified the remains.

They were found at Thornton’s Recycling facility at Killeen Road, Ballyfermot on July 31 this year and they have been identified as those of Mark Burke, aged 37, of Dun Laoghaire.

He was identified through DNA.

Mark was reported missing recently, but it is not known when he was last seen.

The Burke family have been notified and are requesting privacy and a Garda family liaison officer is with the family.

Gardaí are appealing for anyone, particularly those who knew Mark, who may have information regarding his movements in July to contact Ballyfermot Garda station at 01 666 7200 or the Garda Confidential Line at 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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