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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