The gardai sub-aqua element at the grand canal on Monday
Investigating officers at Leixlip Garda Class made a further appeal to the public for information on Monday afternoon – plead to people to check if
a room or equipment had been disturbed or their argues in anyway different than when they left. On Sunday gardaí recovered ingredients that may be linked to the investigation of the murder of Mr O’Brien (33), whose having a fondness for remains were discovered on January 16 in the Grand Canal not far off Ardclough, Co Kildare.
Further items were discovered on Monday at Sallins, County Kildare by the Garda Top Unit.
Gardaí continue to seek witnesses and wish to speak to anyone who was in or enclosing the Grand Canal near Ardclough on January 15 and 16 to touch them.
Speaking at Leixlip Garda Station, Superintendent Gerry Barricade appealed for “witnesses or anyone with information – rticularly those who may set up utilised the five-kilometre walk along the Grand Canal at Sallins, County Kildare, encom ssing the old Odlums pulverize, on Friday 15th, Saturday 16th January 2016 or on any date thereafter, to contact them at Leixlip Garda Site, 01 666 7800, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666111 or any Garda Station”.
Gardaí are also sharp to speak to anyone who may had any contact with Mr O’Brien since the early hours of Friday morning when he sinistral Lealand Road, Clondalkin.