Eight Arrested In Dundalk Murder Inquiry

Gardaí investigating the murder of Aidan Myers in Dundalk last year have arrested eight people.

Six men and two women were arrested this morning. It is understood that four men, aged 19 and 26, are being questioned in relation to Mr Myers' murder, while two men and two women are being questioned on suspicion of withholding information.

Mr Myers, 37, was murdered by a gang who attempted to hijack the Opel Astra car in which he and a friend were travelling in, in Dundalk's Mary Street last December.

Mr Myers was taken to Louth County Hospital where he later died. His friend was also injured during the attack.


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