Gardaí find 'nothing of significance' in missing search

Search concludes in Omeath, Co Louth, as part of investigation into murder of Belfast woman Saoirse Smyth

20.9.2019

Search concludes in Omeath, Co Louth, as part of investigation into murder of Belfast woman Saoirse Smyth

A search has concluded in Omeath, Co Louth, as part of the investigation into the murder of Belfast woman Saoirse Smyth.

It is believed that on the same day she travelled just across the border to Omeath, Co Louth.

Her family said at the time that they believed her addiction may have in some way cost her life.

A specialist forensic archaeologist and specialist sniffer dogs were also involved in the search.

Read more: RTÉ News

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