Crimestoppers has launched an appeal for information on the murder of man who died five years after he was shot at point blank range in Dublin.
Patrick Sullivan never regained consciousness after he was shot by a masked intruder at his Clondalkin home in April 2013.
He died in hospital in June 2018.
The father of four was 52-years-old at the time of the attack and Gardaí believe it was a case of mistaken identity.
They are urging anyone who knows anything of relevance about the case to contact them.
Superintendent Paul Dolan said Mr Sullivan was a “hard-working, family man who was not involved in criminality and we believe he was shot in a case of mistaken identity.”
“At the time of the shooting, the local community provided vital information to Gardaí,” he said.
“We are now appealing to any members of the community who have yet to come forward to please do so.
“Any information you may have either on the incident or those involved can play a crucial role in our investigation.”
H called on anyone with “even the smallest piece of information which may seem insignificant” to contact crimestoppers.
Crimestoppers can be contacted on 1800 25 00 25.