An appeal for information has been launched relating to the discovery of a woman’s body in Dublin earlier this year.
Gardai believe 29 year old Linda Evans, also known as Linda Christian, was murdered in the Coolmine Woods area of Blanchardstown on 24th June.
Her body was discovered on 17th July, and all lines of inquiry are still being followed.
Gardai have launched an appeal for information after the murder of Linda Evans Christian at Coolmine Woods on June 24th pic.twitter.com/kbqDtanAJF
— Stephen Murphy (@Stephen_Murphy5) October 14, 2017
Speaking at a briefing held today, Detective Inspector at Blanchardstown Garda Station Des McTiernan confirmed it is being treated as a murder investigation and that over 600 lines of inquiry have been followed so far while more than 350 witness statements have been taken.
Gardaí believe Linda Evans left Connolly Hospital at around 9:15am on the 24th of June this year with another man.
The pair were then seen walking towards Blanchardstown, before Linda was seen entering Coolmine Woods at around 10am.
Anyone who has any information is asked to contact Blanchardstown Garda Station on 666 7000 or Crimestoppers on 1800 250 025.