Partial Human Remains Have Been Found In A Burnt-Out Car In Drumcondra In Dublin
The discovery was made in the early hours of this morning at Trinity Terrace, off Clonliffe Avenue.
The Garda Technical Bureau, the Office of the State Pathologist and the Coroner have been notified.
Gardaí say that due to the nature of the incident it will be some time before proper identification can be confirmed.
Stephanie Rohan is at the scene and says the discovery is linked to remains found in Coolock yesterday morning:
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