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Man arrested in connection with 1981 murder of Nora Sheehan

Dave HanrattyThe man has appeared in court.A man has been arrested in relation to the murder of Nora Sheehan that took place in Cork 41 years ago.AdvertisementSheehan, who was 54 years old at the time of her death, was found in Innishannon on 12 June, 1981 – almost one week after she disappeared.

READ MOREThe mother-of-three was last seen alive on 6 June, 1981, outside the South Infirmary Hospital in Cork city centre.The man arrested on Tuesday (28 June, 2022) is aged in his early 70s. He appeared before Skibbereen District Court at midday, charged in connection with the murder.

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17 Dave Hanratty The man has appeared in court.7 Dave Hanratty The man has appeared in court.The body of 54-year-old Nora Sheehan was found by forestry workers at The Viewing Point, Shippool Woods near Innishannon in Co.A man has been arrested in Co Cork in relation to the murder of a woman in 1981.

A man has been arrested in relation to the murder of Nora Sheehan that took place in Cork 41 years ago. Advertisement Sheehan, who was 54 years old at the time of her death, was found in Innishannon on 12 June, 1981 – almost one week after she disappeared. Advertisement Sheehan, who was 54 years old at the time of her death, was found in Innishannon on 12 June, 1981 – almost one week after she disappeared. READ MORE The mother-of-three was last seen alive on 6 June, 1981, outside the South Infirmary Hospital in Cork city centre. She disappeared shortly afterwards and is believed to have been murdered on a date between June 6th and June 12th in 1981. The man arrested on Tuesday (28 June, 2022) is aged in his early 70s. The man arrested on Tuesday (28 June, 2022) is aged in his early 70s. He appeared before Skibbereen District Court at midday, charged in connection with the murder.

Investigations are ongoing. Investigations are ongoing. Inspector Eamonn Brady from Macroom Garda Station gave evidence of arrest, charge and caution. .