Man, 30, to be charged in in connection with the discovery of Philip Finnegan's remains last year

Man, 30, to be charged in in connection with the discovery of Philip Finnegan's remains  last year
Philip Finnegan before his disappearance

A man in his 30s is due before Naas District Court in connection with the discovery of a body in Kildare last year.

The remains of Philip Finnegan was discovered in Rahin Wood near Carbury on September 2nd in a shallow grave.

The 24 year old had been missing since early August.

A man is due to appear before Court today charged in connection with the investigation.

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