Superintendent says investigation into Killarney deaths will continue

The Superintendent leading the investigation into the death of baby Karol in Killarney says their investigation is ongoing despite the death of a central figure in the case. Superintendent Florence Murphy Killarney His father Andrzez Piolunowicz (PRON: And-dray-us Pee-loo-na-wits) was discovered at an apartment complex in Killarney, last Sunday, where the body of the 11 month old was found. The 32-year-old had serious injuries believed to be self inflicted stab wounds and passed away yesterday afternoon in Cork University Hospital. A post mortem on his body will take place later. Superintendent Flor Murphy says there has been much commentary in the media and on social media on the case but Gardai deal with facts: [audio_player src=””] Meanwhile, Southern Correspondent with the Irish Independent Ralph Riegal says Baby Karol’s mother is due to fly to Poland today ahead of a funeral service tomorrow. He says mystery still surrounds the circumstances leading up to the baby boy’s death: [audio_player src=””]