Police in Northern Eire have charged two girls in reference to the loss of life of 23-year-old nursing assistant Odhran Kelly.
The Police Service of Northern Eire (PSNI) stated the 43-year-old and 36-year-old girls have been charged with helping an offender and are on account of seem earlier than Lisburn Magistrates’ Court docket in Co Armagh on Thursday.
The 2 girls be part of two 31-year-old males who’ve additionally been arrested as a part of the police investigation. Each males stay in police custody.
Detectives investigating the homicide formally recognized Mr Kelly on Wednesday. His physique was discovered beside a burning automotive in Maple Court docket within the early hours of Sunday.
Police have stated they don’t consider there was an organised crime hyperlink to the killing.
PSNI Detective Chief Inspector Tony Kelly stated: “A postmortem examination has now taken place and the deceased has been formally recognized as Odhran Kelly.
“My ideas are in the beginning with Mr Kelly’s household, who’re left attempting to return to phrases with this horrible loss.”
He added: “Whereas our investigation is at an early stage, I don’t consider there may be an organised crime hyperlink.
“In case you had been within the Edward Avenue or Francis Avenue areas of Lurgan between 2am and 5am on Sunday and observed any suspicious exercise, please contact us on 101.”
DUP MP Carla Lockhart reiterated the attraction from police for anybody with details about the homicide to return ahead.
“Folks in Lurgan are nonetheless shocked at this homicide, and the ideas of everybody are with the Kelly household as they battle to grasp this horrible tragedy,” she stated.
“There was an attraction for footage that circulated on social media and it might be essential that this is perhaps made obtainable for scrutiny.
On Wednesday tons of of individuals gathered at a vigil in remembrance of Mr Kelly in Edward Avenue.
Many introduced balloons, candles and flowers, whereas a few of his members of the family wore T-shirts studying ‘Justice for Odhran’. – PA