Three arrested in connection with murder of Shane Rossiter

Three arrested in connection with murder of Shane Rossiter

Three men have been arrested in Co. Tipperary in connection with the murder of Shane Rossiter earlier this year.

The men - who are aged from their late 20s to early 40s - were detained this evening in the Tipperary area.

They are being held at various stations around the county.

30-year-old Shane Rossiter was shot dead on October 17th at a house in the village of Golden.

Six of the seven other people arrested yesterday in connection with his murder remain in Garda custody.

One of the men arrested during yesterday morning's operation was released without charge earlier today.


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