Husband and wife, 30, arrested in connection with the murder of mother-of-two Lisa Thompson

A man and woman were arrested today in connection with the murder of Lisa Thompson.

Ardaí said the man and woman, both in their 30s, were both being held in separate Dublin Garda wards under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.

Ms Thompson’s body was discovered at her home in Sandyhill Gardens, Ballymun, Dublin 11 on Tuesday May 10.

Gardaí are understood to be working on the theory that Ms Thompson, 52, was murdered in a knife attack at her home on Saturday weekend May 7 and has suffered a large number of stab wounds.

There was no sign of a break-in or a struggle or struggle on their property, supporting the theory that Ms Thompson most likely knew her killer.

Gardaí believe Ms Thompson’s body could have been at the home for two days before being found by neighbors on Tuesday afternoon last week.

Her children have been living with their father for some time and were not in the house with her when she was killed.

Two days after Ms Thompson was found dead, her driver’s license was surrendered at a petrol station in Finglas Garda.

In May, Gardaí released a statement saying a document linked to Ms Thompson had been left with a member of Garda civilian staff and appealed to the person who submitted it to come forward.

The man in question duly introduced himself to the Gardaí, gave a statement and is not a suspect in connection with the 52-year-old’s murder.

It is understood that the man found the driver’s license on the street and handed it in to Gardaí. Husband and wife, 30, arrested in connection with the murder of mother-of-two Lisa Thompson

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