Gardai investigate suspicious death in Dingle

Gardai have confirmed they have interviewed a man in connection with their investigation into the death of 68 year old James griffin. Mr Griffin`s body was discovered at his home in Lispole last week after he had been reported missing for a number of days. A post-mortem failed to establish the exact cause of death but found that he had suffered internal head injuries shortly before he died. Gardai say they have questioned a man from the Dingle area in relation to the death of James Griffin but that he has not been arrested. According to Superintendent Pat Sullivan, this man has been helping them with their ongoing investigation. He says Gardai are pleased with the progress they’re making in their enquiries. It is believed Mr Griffin, a retired farmer, was involved in a row in Dingle in the early hours of Monday, September 26th after he had attended a disco in the town. His body was discovered at his home in Ballinsteenig the following Wednesday after neighbours became concerned for his well-being.