The funeral of Ashling Murphy, a primary school teacher who was killed on the run, has taken place today at Co Offaly.
A 23-year-old talented singer has been found dead after running on the Grand Canal in Tullamore.
Her death has sparked controversy over women’s safety, and has prompted her to ask for more to deal with domestic violence and violence against women.
Tens of thousands of people have taken part in the recent march in honor of Ms Murphy.
It comes as Irish police investigating Ms Murphy’s death also reiterated the request for more information, saying “significant progress” has been made in the murder investigation.
Police have released a statement on a man who wants to speak to him about the murder of the teacher at Co Offaly.
Police have asked anyone who has seen a person wearing a black hat without a hat, a black tracksuit skirt with large white stripes or white markings on the sides and black runners to come forward.
Police have asked people if they saw the man walking in Tullamore, or picked him up last Wednesday evening.
People were also asked if they had seen him wandering around or “doing anything that attracted your attention”.
Police said “significant progress” is taking place, but could not confirm further.
It comes as he noticed a newly interested person, who he believes is in a hospital in the Dublin area receiving treatment, and is looking forward to talking to him.
As their research continues, gardai believes the creation of DNA profiles would be an important part of the investigation into the murder of Ms Murphy.
Police have asked anyone who has not been in contact with the investigation team and who has information to come forward.
Gardai said in a statement: “We are now requesting any member who was on the Grand Canal Way on the morning or evening of January 12 between Digby and Ballycommon bridge to contact the research team.
“Whether you think you have seen anything or not, please write gardai in Tullamore.
“We continue to request any information about the Falcon Storm mountain bike with straight sticks and yellow / green front forks before 4pm Wednesday and the previous days and weeks.
“We are now appealing to the people of Tullamore to reconsider last Wednesday after 4pm and not just focus on the Falcon Storm mountain bike.”
Gardai said he was concerned about people sharing information on TV, especially secret programs.
Gardai has called on people to stop sharing the message.
People have continued to bring flower festivals and messages to the canal in recent days.
Ms Murphy’s funeral will take place Tuesday at St Brigid’s Church, Mountbolus at 11am.
His funeral will be announced.
The Murphy family has asked to be kept secret at their parents’ home before the funeral.
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