Gardaí have issued a renewed appeal for witnesses in connection with the 2014 murder of Paul Gallagher in Co Meath.
The 26-year-old was shot and fatally wounded in a field in Ballymacan, Slane, Co Meath on Monday 28 July 2014.
A Garda spokesman said Paul traveled to Ballymacan, Collon, Co Meath, around 10.30pm accompanied by a man.
“In the village of Tullyallen, they were joined by two other men before arriving in Ballymacan,” the spokesman said.
“Paul’s body was discovered in a field two days later and reported to An Garda Síochána. Mr Gallagher died of a series of gunshot wounds.”
An Garda Síochána appealed to the public at the time and at Crimecall in September 2014.
A number of arrests were made in connection with this investigation, but to date no person has been charged with murder.
Gardaí investigations continue to seek information in the case and believe a number of others have come forward who may now be able to help bring those responsible to justice.
The spokesman added: “Over time, an individual may be able to provide information to the Gardaí investigation that they were unable to provide at the time, or may be an individual who did provide information at that time , now able to give more information.”
Anyone with information can contact the Gardaí investigation on Navan Garda Station 046 9036100, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
https://www.independent.ie/news/gardai-believe-people-have-yet-to-come-forward-with-information-about-murder-of-paul-gallagher-26-shot-dead-in-2014-41873587.html Gardaí believe “people have yet to come forward” with information about the murder of Paul Gallagher, 26, who was shot dead in 2014