Investigation After Elderly Couple Found Dead In Donegal Home

Gardaí have launched an investigation in County Donegal following the deaths of an elderly couple.

The pair, discovered at a house in Fountain Terrace, Convoy, were last seen yesterday afternoon.

The man was in his 80's and the woman in her 70's.

A post-mortem examination will be carried out, but no suspicious circumstances are clear as yet.

The scene was sealed off for forensic examination.


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