Reports Suggest Son Being Held For Murder Of Co Donegal Couple

It is understood the man being questioned in Co Donegal about the murder of an elderly couple, is the victims son.

According to reports, 42-year-old Julian Cuddihy, is continuing to be questioned by gardaí over the deaths of Jimmy and Kathleen Cuddihy at their home in Carndonagh, Co Donegal.

A post-mortem is due to be carried out on Jimmy and Kathleen Cuddihy later today at Letterkenny General Hospital.


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