Fatal Shooting In Cork City

An investigation has been launched following a fatal shooting in Cork City on Tuesday, 26 April.

Gardaí in Togher were called to a house on Plunkett Road, Ballyphehane, at about 4.30pm on Tuesday.

A 41-year-old male was pronounced dead at the scene and his remains have been removed to the morgue at Cork University Hospital.

A post mortem is expected to take place today, 27 April.

Gardaí said hey are not currently not looking for anyone in relation to the incident however added their investigation was on-going.


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