Gardai investigating the murder of dad of three from Tallaght think he may have been killed because he said ‘the wrong thing.’
A group of young men who are involved in a low-level feud in Crumlin in Dublin are the chief suspects in the murder of Stephen Lynch, 32, who was deliberately run over by a car.
Independent.ie report they think the four men will be arrested soon after he was killed in Brookview Close, Tallaght, in April of this year.
Gardai believe Stephen may have been targeted for simply saying the wrong thing to these people in the course of an argument.
The innocent man was knocked down in front of horrified children as he walked to visit his mum’s home.
One theory being explored by investigators is that he was targeted after telling the four thugs who were driving a Ford Focus to slow down because kids were playing nearby.
In studio with Niall today was Stephen’s mother Vera Donovan.
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