Man found dead in Cork city car park named as 35 year old Gary Dineen
A man who was found dead in a car park in Cork city on Wednesday morning has been named as 35 year-old Gary Dineen from the north of the city.
Gary Dineen's body was discovered in Merchant's Quay Car Park in Cork City at around half eleven on Wednesday morning.
Last night Gardaí confirmed they have received the results of a post mortem but say they are 'keeping an open' mind as their investigation into the death continues.
They are asking anyone who was with Gary Dineen since last Saturday to contact them.
Gardaí are also looking to speak to anyone using the car park who may have seen anything suspicious or who may have dashcam footage from the area.
The number at Bridewell Garda Station is 021 494 33 30 or the Garda Confidential Line is 1800 666 111.
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