Body found during search for missing girl (14) in Dublin

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 18, 2018

Garda Superintendant John Gordon said the body was found as part of a search for the missing girl.

Gardai say they are treating the death as suspicious and are urging anyone who was in the area on Monday evening to come forward.

We are at this time treating the death as suspicious.

"Gardai today at approximately 1pm were conducting a search in relation to missing Anastasia Kriegel, also known as Ana, when during the course of that search at 1pm they discovered a body at a vacant farmhouse here on the Clonee Road in Lucan".

"We believe the body to be that of Ana Kriegel".

Anastasia was last seen at St Catherine's Park, Lucan at 5.30pm on Monday the 14th of May 2018, and is originally from Lucan.

The body remains at the scene is now preserved pending a full Garda technical examination. We have not established any actual fact in that.

The scene where Ana's remains were found was expected to be sealed off for several days at the Garda Technical Bureau examined it forensically.

He said: "We are appealing to the public for their assistance".

Gardaí issued an appeal for information on her whereabouts and carried out extensive searches in the area, including underwater searches in the River Liffey and Grand Canal.

One resident, who lives close to St Catherine's Park, spoke of their shock at the news the girl's body had been found.

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