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Last March the bodies of two Dublin criminals were found in a burned out stolen car in Ravensdale Forest Park near Dundalk.
Anne Ferguson, who runs a local caravan park, said she heard the fire brigade rushing to scene in a car park behind the pier shortly after 7pm.
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Detectives probing the murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe five weeks ago are examining a possible connection with a body found in a burned out car nearby.
"They will be doing an initial inquiry into whether it's suicide or if there's other wider connections," a source said.
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Detectives investigate possible link between body found in car and Donohoe murder
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Earlier this week senior officers made a fresh appeal and revealed information that could lead detectives to the killers of Det Gda Donohoe, a five strong gang based in south Armagh.
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DNA tests were used to confirm the identities of Joseph Redmond, 25, and Anthony Burnett, 32, who were both from the Ballybough area in Dublin's Nike Hyperdunk Zoom north inner city.
The scene remained sealed off overnight for a full forensic examination, which will be carried out this morning by the technical bureau.
More than 2,300 separate lines of inquiry have been examined as part of the massive investigation, while statements have been taken from 800 people.
The remains will also be removed for a post mortem examination and tests to determine the identification of the victim.
"I knew a car had been burnt out down there," she said. "I'd no idea what happened or anything. Naturally I was shocked when I heard there was a body in it."
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The grim discovery was made by firefighters as they tackled the blaze at Gyles Quay, near Lordship off the main Dundalk to Carlingford road in Co Louth.
The scene is close to where Detective Garda Donohoe was murdered five weeks ago as he confronted a gang holding up a small credit union near his home on the rural Cooley Peninsula in Co Louth.
The Irish League of Credit Unions has put forward a reward of 50,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of Det Gda Donohoe's killers. Crimestoppers is also offering an undisclosed substantial award.
murder and will examine the circumstances surrounding the discovery of the body as part of that probe.
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