Gardaí renew appeal over car linked to double murder

Gardaí are renewing their appeal for information on the car believed to have been used in a double murder in West Dublin last week.

Brothers Paul and Kenneth Corbally were shot dead on the Neilstown Road in Clondalkin on June 28.

Gardaí are now trying to trace the movements of a car, an Audi S6, before and after the killings.

The car had been stolen in Co Carlow on June 8.

It is a distinctive high-powered car and may have been noticed by motoring enthusiasts or others between then and the time of the murders.

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