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Pole murdered in Ireland

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Grzegorz Siwicki 11.06.2018 09:31
A 35-year-old Polish man living in Ireland was stabbed to death after a gang of armed attackers burst into his house on the outskirts of Ballincollig, County Cork, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The man’s wife was injured in the attack. They were both rushed to Cork University Hospital, where the 35-year-old died.

A second woman and the couple’s two children under the age of six, who were also in the house at the time of the attack, were not harmed.

The Polish man, named as Mikołaj Wilk, ran a gardening business and had lived in Ireland for at least five years.

Father Piotr Galus, a Polish chaplain in Cork, has called the murder a “savage” crime. He said that the dead man and his loved ones will feature in the thoughts and prayers of the local community and pledged support to the family.


Source: PAP, Irish Examiner

tags: Ireland, murder
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