Report: Four new suspects in Michaela McAreavey murder case

Report: Four new suspects in Michaela McAreavey murder case
Michaela McAreavey

It has been reported today that four new suspects have emerged in the investigation into the murder of Michaela McAreavey in Mauritius.

The daughter of Tyrone GAA manager Mickey Harte was strangled on her honeymoon in January 2011.

Her body was found in the bathroom of her hotel suite in the five star Legends resort by her husband John.

Two employees of the Legends complex were charged with her murder, but were acquitted of all charges in July 2012.

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