Second man arrested in Thomas Toddy Dooley murder probe

Second man arrested in Thomas Toddy Dooley murder probe

A second man has been arrested by gardaí investigating the murder of Thomas Toddy Dooley in Edenderry, Co Offaly earlier this month.

The 64-year-old was found dead in his home in Sister Senan Court on February 16. He had sustained injuries to his head and body.

A 19-year-old man was arrested this afternoon in Edenderry, Co Offaly and is being held at Birr garda station under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act.

He can be detained for up to 24 hours.

It follows the arrest of another 19-year-old man this morning who is being held at Tullamore garda station.


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