More Questioning For Man Over Disappearance Of Mary Boyle

A man being questioned in relation to the disappearance of Mary Boyle has had his dentition extended.

The man, 64, is currently being detained at Mullingar Garda Station on suspicion of kidnapping the child, who went missing on 18th March 1977.

Gardai can remain questioning him until later on today.

The suspect is a convicted sex offender who was arrested at the Midlands Prison.

Mary has never been found.


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