Wicklow Body Suspected To Be Missing Teen

Human remains found in County Wicklow are suspected to be that of a missing teenager.

Gardai from Dublin Metropolitian Region South Central, carrying out a search operation in the Wicklow Mountains at Kippure confirmed on Monday they have discovered unidentified human remains.

Dr Jabir from the State Pathologist's office attended the scene and a post mortem to confirm the identity will be carried out later at the morgue at Tallaght hospital.

Gardaí said they cannot confirming whether the remains are that of a male or female, and further updates would come out.


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