21/11/2019

Two Further Arrests Over Kevin Lunney Abduction

Two men have been arrested in Dublin in relation to the abduction of prominent Co Fermanagh businessman Kevin Lunney.

The pair, both aged 28, were apprehended in the Dublin Region by Gardaí (Irish Police) this morning, Thursday 21 November.
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Mr Lunney, a director at Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) was kidnapped near his home in Derrylin and brutally beaten before being dumped by the roadside on 17 September.

A cross-border investigation is ongoing.



(JG/CM)

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