Man arrested in connection with Louth killing

Man arrested in connection with Louth killing

Gardaí investigating the killing of a Dublin man in a housing estate in Louth two years ago have today arrested a 23-year-old man.

Stephen Hanaphy (aged 20), also known as Stephen Lyndon, from Cromcastle Court, Coolock, was shot dead outside a house in the Sliabh Breagh estate in Ardee in October 2010.

Gardaí arrested a man in the Francis Street area of Drogheda this morning.

He is being questioned at Dundalk garda station.

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