Fresh Gardaí Appeal Highlights Quinn Murder Van

The Irish police investigating the murder of County Armagh man Paul Quinn have appealed for information about a white van.

Mr Quinn, from Cullyhanna, was beaten to death in a shed in County Monaghan in October.

Gardaí have also given out leaflets appealing for help at a public meeting organised by the Quinn family in Castleblayney on Wednesday night.

The 21-year-old's family believes the IRA was involved in the murder, however, Sinn Fein deny this.

See: Gardaí Appeals For Help In Quinn Killing


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