Website to help find Raonaid Murray's killer

The family of Raonaid Murray, the teenager who was murdered close to her home in Glenageary, Co Dublin, ten years ago have set up a website,, dedicated to the teenager’s memory and appealing for help in finding her killer.
The 17-year-old teenager was stabbed to death at Silchester Crescent in the early hours of September 4th, 1999. She had been socialising in Dun Laoghaire and it is thought that she was last seen by friends in Scott’s bar in the town’s main street after which she made her way home on foot.
The Garda investigation into her death is ongoing. There have been various reports of breakthroughs in the past ten years but no one has ever been charged with her murder.
Speaking on Morning Ireland, on RTE Radio 1, Raonaid’s parents, Jim and Deirdre Murray, described her as “our sunflower”. On the website, her parents, together with her siblings, Daniel and Sarah, describe Raonaid as “a treasure beyond words”.
Jim Murray was principal and a teacher at Presentation College, Glasthule, now closed. People are invited to post tributes on the site.

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