A man whose body was sent to the post office by scammers to claim his alimony will rest on Monday.
Peadar Doyle, 66, is placed at the counter of Hosey’s store in Carlow on Friday.
Gardai was alerted after postal workers noticed he wasn’t moving.
Two men have abandoned Peadar’s body on the post office floor and then fled the scene.
An autopsy was performed on his body today. It is believed that he died of natural causes.
His funeral will take place at Holy Family Church in Askea at 11 a.m. Monday.
A notice on RIP.ie read: “Peader Doyle, Carlow, January 21, 2022 (suddenly).
“Destined by parents Patrick and Anne, sister Angeline and brother Lar.
Heartfelt condolences to his sister Noeleen, brother-in-law Liam Dowling and Christopher Haughney, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
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ONE Garda continuing to probe the Carlow man’s death.
A spokesman said yesterday: “Gardaí is investigating all the circumstances surrounding the unexplained death of an elderly man in the Carlow area this morning, Friday 21 January. 2022.
“Services from the Garda Technical Department and the State Pathologist’s Office have been requested.
“An autopsy will be conducted by the State Office of Pathologist, the results of which will determine the course of the investigation.”
https://www.thesun.ie/news/8248480/peadar-doyle-post-office-pension-scam-funeral/ The man had his body taken to the post office by scammers to claim alimony so that he could rest after the autopsy was completed.