Body Parts Found In Bag In Dublin Thought To Be That Of Missing Teenager
The former head of the Garda cold case unit believes whoever left body parts in a bag in north Dublin earlier this week did it to send out a very clear message.
Two arms and two legs were found in a residential area in Coolock on Monday night.
Gardaí are in the process of identifying the remains and believe they could be that of a missing teenager involved in the drugs trade.
Former detective sergeant Alan Bailey says this type of killing is often seen among international gangs:
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