Ashling Murphy: Primary school teacher, 23, beaten to death while out jogging in Ireland

1/14/2022 2:17:00 AM

Ashling Murphy was given medical attention but died at the scene

Crimea, Ireland

Ashling Murphy was given medical attention but died at the scene

Officers are appealing for information after the random attack on a canal bank in Tullamore, County Offaly

A primary school teacher was beaten to death in a random attack while she was jogging along a popular canal bank in Ireland.Pinterest Ashling Murphy, a 23-year-old primary school teacher, was killed on the banks of the Grand Canal in the Cappincur area of Tullamore at approximately 4 pm on Wednesday 12 January.Amanda Holden, 50, risks revealing too much in figure-hugging blouse “Taken too soon.Emma Watson appears to disprove Harry Potter reunion theory about Rupert Grint Producer Aaron B Koontz, who worked with Murphy on his directorial debut, tweeted a tribute to the late filmmaker.

Ashling Murphy, 23, was killed on Wednesday afternoon along the banks of the Grand Canal at Cappincur in Tullamore, County Offaly. She was given medical attention but died at the scene after the 4pm attack. A man in his 40s has been arrested in connection with Ashling's death – he currently remains in custody. A 40-year-old man, reported locally to be a Romanian national, was arrested and later released. He reportedly gained notoriety during his time in the big apple in the mid-2000s as the underground graffiti artist who was responsible for the misspelt tags:"Rod Stuart Love the Hamptons". Gardai said the man was no longer a suspect and are appealing for witnesses. "From our enquiries, we have carried out, we believe this crime was committed by one male who acted alone. An Garda Siochana said "no stone will be left unturned" in bringing her killer to justice and that they did not believe she knew her attacker.

Officers have appealed for witnesses and asked for information on a Falcon Storm mountain bike with straight handlebars and distinctive yellow/green front fork.” Read More Each woman killed is too many women lost to male violence. A friend had asked: “Is it true after Pony Bush you blew 60 grand in two months?” “No, it was 80 grand in one month,” Brandon had reportedly replied. Superintendent Eamonn Curley told reporters on Thursday: "Where the crime occurred, is popular among Tullamore residents and is widely used for recreational purposes. "At this stage, there is no information that the victim and her killer were known to each other. We believe this crime was committed by one male who acted alone.L (Drunk Old Ladies) and even filmed a video for their song Astro-Time which starred Chris Messina." He added: "Our prayers are with Ashling's family at this time and indeed the wider community, her teaching colleagues, and the children she taught who are without their teacher today.

" Ms Murphy taught 28 seven to eight year-old pupils at Durrow National School and was a member of the National Folk Orchestra of Ireland. Her principal James Hogan said she was a "fantastic, beautiful, an extraordinary sportsperson, Irish musician, choral conductor and an inspiration". Declan Harvey, Fianna Fail councillor for the area, said: "I am devastated. I couldn't sleep last night thinking of it all because it is a place I go all the time.” The route by the canal is called Fiona's Way, named in memory of a missing woman Fiona Pender.

"She went there jogging, she does it regularly. I am lost for words. Tullamore is probably the safest place in the world, and after yesterday people will be nervous to go down to the canal,” Mr Harvey said. Justice Minister Helen McEntee said: "My thoughts tonight are with the family of the young woman killed in a truly shocking crime, with her friends and with her community.” Minister of State Josepha Madigan for Special Education and Inclusion said: "A young woman can't even go for a run along a canal pathway - at four o'clock, in the middle of the day - only to be attacked and murdered.

"We need to urgently address why we live in a country where this can happen." Giving an update into the investigation, gardai said: "The male who was arrested and detained by An Garda Siochana investigating this fatal assault has now been released from this detention. "This male has been eliminated from garda inquiries and is no longer a suspect. "An Garda Siochana continue to appeal for any information on a Falcon Storm mountain bike with straight handlebars and distinctive yellow/green front forks. "Gardai continue to appeal for any person with any information on this fatal assault, who may not already have spoken to investigators, to come forward with that information.

"Gardai continue to appeal to any persons that were in the Cappincur/Canal walk area of Tullamore, County Offaly before 4pm, yesterday afternoon Wednesday January 12 2022, to make contact with them. "Anyone with information is asked to contact Tullamore Garda Station on 057 932 7600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any garda station." .

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A primary school teacher was beaten to death in a random attack while she was jogging along a popular canal bank in Ireland.Pinterest Ashling Murphy, a 23-year-old primary school teacher, was killed on the banks of the Grand Canal in the Cappincur area of Tullamore at approximately 4 pm on Wednesday 12 January.Amanda Holden, 50, risks revealing too much in figure-hugging blouse “Taken too soon.Emma Watson appears to disprove Harry Potter reunion theory about Rupert Grint Producer Aaron B Koontz, who worked with Murphy on his directorial debut, tweeted a tribute to the late filmmaker.

Ashling Murphy, 23, was killed on Wednesday afternoon along the banks of the Grand Canal at Cappincur in Tullamore, County Offaly. She was given medical attention but died at the scene after the 4pm attack. A man in his 40s has been arrested in connection with Ashling's death – he currently remains in custody. A 40-year-old man, reported locally to be a Romanian national, was arrested and later released. He reportedly gained notoriety during his time in the big apple in the mid-2000s as the underground graffiti artist who was responsible for the misspelt tags:"Rod Stuart Love the Hamptons". Gardai said the man was no longer a suspect and are appealing for witnesses. "From our enquiries, we have carried out, we believe this crime was committed by one male who acted alone. An Garda Siochana said "no stone will be left unturned" in bringing her killer to justice and that they did not believe she knew her attacker.

Officers have appealed for witnesses and asked for information on a Falcon Storm mountain bike with straight handlebars and distinctive yellow/green front fork.” Read More Each woman killed is too many women lost to male violence. A friend had asked: “Is it true after Pony Bush you blew 60 grand in two months?” “No, it was 80 grand in one month,” Brandon had reportedly replied. Superintendent Eamonn Curley told reporters on Thursday: "Where the crime occurred, is popular among Tullamore residents and is widely used for recreational purposes. "At this stage, there is no information that the victim and her killer were known to each other. We believe this crime was committed by one male who acted alone.L (Drunk Old Ladies) and even filmed a video for their song Astro-Time which starred Chris Messina." He added: "Our prayers are with Ashling's family at this time and indeed the wider community, her teaching colleagues, and the children she taught who are without their teacher today.

" Ms Murphy taught 28 seven to eight year-old pupils at Durrow National School and was a member of the National Folk Orchestra of Ireland. Her principal James Hogan said she was a "fantastic, beautiful, an extraordinary sportsperson, Irish musician, choral conductor and an inspiration". Declan Harvey, Fianna Fail councillor for the area, said: "I am devastated. I couldn't sleep last night thinking of it all because it is a place I go all the time.” The route by the canal is called Fiona's Way, named in memory of a missing woman Fiona Pender.

"She went there jogging, she does it regularly. I am lost for words. Tullamore is probably the safest place in the world, and after yesterday people will be nervous to go down to the canal,” Mr Harvey said. Justice Minister Helen McEntee said: "My thoughts tonight are with the family of the young woman killed in a truly shocking crime, with her friends and with her community.” Minister of State Josepha Madigan for Special Education and Inclusion said: "A young woman can't even go for a run along a canal pathway - at four o'clock, in the middle of the day - only to be attacked and murdered.

"We need to urgently address why we live in a country where this can happen." Giving an update into the investigation, gardai said: "The male who was arrested and detained by An Garda Siochana investigating this fatal assault has now been released from this detention. "This male has been eliminated from garda inquiries and is no longer a suspect. "An Garda Siochana continue to appeal for any information on a Falcon Storm mountain bike with straight handlebars and distinctive yellow/green front forks. "Gardai continue to appeal for any person with any information on this fatal assault, who may not already have spoken to investigators, to come forward with that information.

"Gardai continue to appeal to any persons that were in the Cappincur/Canal walk area of Tullamore, County Offaly before 4pm, yesterday afternoon Wednesday January 12 2022, to make contact with them. "Anyone with information is asked to contact Tullamore Garda Station on 057 932 7600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any garda station." .