Gardai Appeal Over Foetus Found In B&B

Gardai are appealing for information after a foetus was found at a B&B on Lower Gardiner Street last week.

They believe it was a natural miscarriage and there is no criminal enquiry into the investigation.

Gardai at Store Street Garda Station are urging the mother to contact them or anyone with any information and have said the matter will be dealt with utmost sensitivity.

Gardai are anxious the mother receives urgent medical assistance.

Anyone with any information should contact Store Street Garda Station on +353 (0)1 6668000 or the confidential number +353 (0)1800 666111.


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