John Paul McDonagh Wiki – John Paul McDonagh Bio
The teenager – John Paul McDonagh – was seriously injured at Coolcullen Meadow in Enniskillen, and died on Monday morning.
John Paul McDonagh Age
He was 18 years old.
John Paul McDonagh Death & Cause
The teenager who died after being attacked in Enniskillen at the weekend was John Paul McDonagh.
The 18-year-old died in hospital this morning and police have launched a murder inquiry.
Police Investigation & reports
Police said John Paul McDonagh had been found with leg injuries on the street at Coolcullen Meadow in Enniskillen on Saturday night, April 11. A second man, 24, was also lying on the ground and he, too, had sustained leg injuries. Police said they had received a report around 8.40 p.m. that several armed men were involved in a street altercation at Coolcullen Meadow, in the city of Co Fermanagh. The PSNI said they believed another man involved in the incident had left the scene before officers arrived.
Police said Mr. McDonagh had been living in Enniskillen for some time and PSNI Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell offfered his condolences to the victim’s family, friends and loved ones.
“Our investigation continues this morning, and I am appealing to the public to help us establish exactly what happened and who was involved.
“If you witnessed the altercation, please get in touch with us by calling 101 and ask for detectives investigating this murder.
“If you captured footage of it on your mobile phone, or if you were driving in the area and captured it on your dash cam, I would urge you to bring that forward to us.
“I would also appeal to the male who is also believed to have been involved in the incident, and who had left the scene before our officers arrived, to make contact with us today and tell us what happened.”
A 19-year-old man was arrested and has since been released on bail, pending further enquiries.
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