Dismembered Irish teen’s torso ‘sent to crime boss and disposed of’

The torso of dismembered Irish teen Keane Mulready-Woods may already have been delivered to a notorious crime boss, it is claimed.

Keane, 17, was abducted in the Ballsgrove area of Drogheda, Co Louth, and taken to a house where he was tortured, killed and dismembered in part of an ongoing drug gang feud last month.

Parts of his body were found inside a black sports bag thrown from a car on Moatview Drive in Darndale, an estate in north Dublin.

Keane's severed head was then found in a blazing Volvo hatchback in Drumcondra, Dublin.

His torso was never recovered, and Irish cops reportedly believe it may be in the hands of a Dublin criminal.

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However, he will not report its delivery because it would only bring unwanted Garda attention to his property and could result in searches, the Irish Daily Star reports.

A source told the newspaper: “There is little doubt the torso will ever be recovered and there is also the possibility the torso was disposed of in a deliberate attempt to hamper the investigation.”

They added: “The torso is required for pathologists to determine the cause of death, whether he was murdered or the manner in which he died. So no cause of death has yet been determined.”

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One of the main suspects in the teen’s horror murder – who is behind bars serving a prison sentence for unrelated offences — could also be back on the streets by the end of May, it is claimed.

Keane’s funeral was held last week at the Church of the Holy Family in Ballsgrove.

It was carried out by Father Phil Gaffney, who has been supporting the teen’s family.

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Pictures showed a hearse carrying Keane's coffin with crowds following and others showed the coffin being carried out of the church.

Some mourners even turned up on motorbikes with helmets on.

Father Gaffney pleaded with the slain teen's young friends to learn from his "naive" mistakes before getting involved with dangerous criminals.

Garda declined to comment when approached by Daily Star Online.

  • Keane Mulready-Woods
  • Crime

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