New Appeal Over Murder Of Jason Molyneux

David Layde

Gardaí have issued a new appeal for witnesses as part of the investigation into the murder of Jason Molyneux in Dublin.

The 27-year-old was gunned down in the north inner city on Wednesday last week, in a feud-related killing. He was shot six times and had been warned by Gardaí a number of times his life was in danger.

Gardaí last night issued photos of a white Renault Kangoo van with a 10 D registration they believe may have been used by Jason Molyneux’s killers.

They’re appealing to anyone who saw the vehicle near James Larkin House on the night of the murder to come forward.

Detectives also want to speak to anyone who spotted the van being abandoned in front of Fisherman’s Wharf apartments near the eastlink bridge shortly before 10pm that night.

The van was later found on fire shortly after midnight.

Gardaí particularly want to hear from taxi drivers or other professional drivers who were in the area and may have dash cam footage that could help in the inquiry.

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