Note Contained The Words “Puck’s Castle” and “Sorry”

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This afternoon.

Puck’s Castle, Rathmichael, County Dublin,

Members of the Gardai forensic unit near where the body of a female was discovered. She has  not been formally identified, but was found as part of the search for 24 year old Jastine Valdez who was abducted near Enniskerry in County Wicklow on Saturday evening.

Eamonn Farrell.Rollingnews

Meanwhile…

Specialist forensic tests on the note found in the car driven by the suspected killer Mark Hennessy are continuing today, but it has been established that the note also expressed remorse. The note contained the words “Puck’s Castle” and “Sorry”.

Note pointed to Rathmichael in search for Jastine Valdez (RTÉ)

Earlier: On The Street Where he Lived

15 thoughts on “Note Contained The Words “Puck’s Castle” and “Sorry”

  1. Hank

    I thought I was pretty shockproof but I’ve found this and the murder of the 14 year old in Lucan last week very hard to get my head around.

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    1. curmudgeon

      Yes it makes an unwelcome change from the all the drug related gangland killings we’ve all become so unfazed by.

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  2. Glenda Geraghty

    interesting how the guards are trying to pin other murders (from many years back, no bodies ever found) on this guy. like if he had gotten away with it before, why would he be so messy and regretful this time.

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    1. Repro-choice Bertie

      It’s not “interesting”. It’s standard procedure. An act like this doesn’t come out of the blue and it’s possible that he has assaulted people before. It’s also possible that he hasn’t but they’d be foolish not to check.

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    2. anne

      I had this discussion tonight.. Ted Bundy fupped up in the end. Any one who was caught fupped up in some way.

      I’d say the urges get the best of them and they can’t control themselves to plan it better.

      He was driving around scouring for a victim in a few areas all that day.. it’s hardly likely these urges just all came on him that day.

      The guards can’t pin anything on him without DNA.

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      1. Catherine costelloe

        I don’t understand what they are talking about re DNA and the disappeared women. They vanished into thin air, not a purse or a shoe found and no remains found so how can this suspect be linked DNA? Only if the women’s remains are found is the answer.
        Journalists can write lots of gobblegook.

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