Galway Bay fm newsroom – The family of 41 year old Carraroe man Adrian Folan – whose body was found in a quarry in Liscannor, Co Clare yesterday – has appealed for privacy.
A man remains in Garda custody at Mill Street Garda Station this afternoon following the discovery.
Mr. Folan was last seen alive in Athlone on Thursday, where he was studying in the local IT as a mature student.
His body was discovered at a quarry in Kilconnell in Liscannor in Clare yesterday.
A man arrested in relation to his disappearance is still being questioned at Mill Street Garda station.
He can be held until this evening.
Gardai have issued a public appeal for information from anyone who may have witnessed suspicious behaviour in the Liscannor area since last Thursday.
In a statement issued this afternoon, the victim’s family has appealed for privacy and says it is a difficult time.
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An Forum Uisce says Irish Water’s delays in informing the EPA and HSE are unacceptable and clearly put the public at risk.
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