UK news Caoimhin Cassidy: Police make second arrest over Derry teenager’s death last news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Police have arrested a second man in relation to the death of Derry teenager Caoimhin Cassidy, whose body was discovered in a burning car in the city three years ago.

UK news Caoimhin Cassidy: Police make second arrest over Derry teenager’s death last news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Police have arrested a second man in relation to the death of Derry teenager Caoimhin Cassidy, whose body was discovered in a burning car in the city three years ago.

UK news Caoimhin Cassidy: Police make second arrest over Derry teenager’s death last news
03 August 2022 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "Police have arrested a second man in relation to the death of Derry teenager Caoimhin Cassidy, whose body was discovered in a burning car in the city three years ago. The 18-year-old was found after emergency services responded to a report of a Red Mazda on fire on the Fairview Road in Galliagh on June 1, 2019.A post mortem examination had determined Mr Cassidy was not seriously injured as a result of a crash, and was most likely still alive when the blaze started.On Wednesday morning, detectives arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of manslaughter who is being questioned at Musgrave’s Serious Crime Suite.As part of the investigation, detectives also carried out a search at an address in the Galliagh area on Wednesday.Last month, a 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and was later released unconditionally.Senior Investigating Officer Detective Inspector Michael Winters is leading enquiries into Caoimhin’s death.

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. "We believe Caoimhin was not travelling alone in the red Mazda, that other people were with him. On that basis, we believe there are people within the community who can help us with our investigation. I want to make a direct appeal to anyone who has information to do the right thing and tell us what you know."The number to call detectives on is 101, quoting reference number 316 of June 1, 2019.A report can also be submitted online using the . Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111 or ." ,"isAccessibleForFree": "True" }

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