Man denies murdering two women in sheltered accommodation

A man has pleaded not guilty to murdering two women in sheltered accommodation in Grangegorman in Dublin, 18 years ago.

Man denies murdering two women in sheltered accommodation

A man has pleaded not guilty to murdering two women in sheltered accommodation in Grangegorman in Dublin, 18 years ago.

Mark Nash, with addresses at Prussia Street and Clonliffe Road in Dublin, will go on trial at the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday accused of the killings of Sylvia Shields and Mary Callinan in March 1997.

The two women were living in sheltered accommodation attached to St Brendan's Hospital in Grangegorman.

The jury has been told they will hear references to a man named Dean Lyons, who has since died, and to Catherine and Carl Doyle who died in Roscommon, as well as a Sarah Jane Doyle.

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