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Books Of Condolence Open For Murdered Teen Ana Kriegel


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Books of condolence have been opened for Ana Kriegel, the teenager found murdered in Dublin last month. 

They will remain open at Lucan Library and County Hall in Tallaght between now and Friday. 

The 14-year-old’s body was discovered at a disused house on the Clonee Road in the Lucan area last week.

She was last seen at St Catherine's Park in Lucan at 5.30pm on Monday 14th May.

Gardaí are continuing their investigation into Ana's death, studying DNA evidence and CCTV footage from the area. 

They have also renewed their appeal for information from anyone who may have been at St Catherine's Park in Lucan on Monday, 14th of May.


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