Investigation launched after two bodies are found in Co Wexford

Investigation launched after two bodies are found in Co Wexford

Two bodies have been found in Co Wexford.

The remains of a man and a woman were discovered at about 4.30pm in Clonroche village just a few miles from Enniscorthy.

Gardaí have launched an investigation after the two bodies were discovered in a house in the area this afternoon.

The discovery was made in the upstairs bedroom of a home in the Woodside Estate in Clonroche village.

Gardaí are not treating the deaths of the man in his 20s and woman in her 30s as suspicious.

A technical examination of the scene is being carried out and a post mortem will be conducted on both bodies at Waterford University Hospital tomorrow.

It is understood the couple were both from the Enniscorthy area.


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