Killorglin double murder accused to appear in court again

Killorglin double murder accused to appear in court again
Aurimas Andruska

The Lithuanian man charged with a double murder in Killorglin, Co. Kerry will appear in court again today.

Aurimas Andruska (aged 26) of 7 Ardmoniel Heights, Killorglin is charged with murdering Jolanta Lubiene and her daughter Enrika at their home in the town.

Their bodies were found at their home in Killorglin on the evening of June 16. Both had been stabbed to death. They were laid to rest yesterday in their native country.

Lithuanian national Andruska was originally charged with murdering Jolanta, and with the unlawful killing of Enrika, Hoowever that charge was upgraded to murder last Tuesday at Killarney District Court.

Aurimas Andruska will appear before Tralee District Court today.

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