A murder investigation's underway in south Dublin following the deaths of a mother and her two children
Post mortems have been completed on the bodies of Seema Banu (37), her daughter Asfira (11) and son, Faizan (6)
A murder investigation's underway in south Dublin following the deaths of a mother and her two children.
Seema Banu and her two children, Asfira and Faizan were discovered dead in a house at Llewellyn Court in Ballinteer just before midday on Wednesday.
Gardai say the post mortem examinations have been completed on their bodies but the results aren't being released for operational reasons.
A murder investigation's been launched this evening and Gardaí are continuing to carry out door to door enquiries and are interviewing witnesses.
They're also examining all relevant CCTV images and say no arrests have been made.
Anyone with information in connection with their deaths is being asked to contact the investigation team at Dundrum Garda Station.
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