Investigations into the death of mother and children are ongoing

Investigations into the deaths of a mother and her two children in Dublin continue.

Gardaí treats the deaths as unsolved and the house between Rathfarnham and Ballinteer has been declared a crime scene.

A candlelight vigil was held at the Llewellyn estate last night as residents expressed their shock and grief over the tragedy that was unfolding on their doorstep.

The bodies of three family members – a 37-year-old woman, an 11-year-old girl and a boy aged six – were found in the house on Llewellyn Court after neighbors said they had not seen the family in a while.

Gardaí is currently treating the deaths as unresolved.

It is understood, however, that they follow a number of lines of investigation.

They conduct door-to-door interviews to track family movements over the past few days, and they speak to friends and family of the deceased.

Gardaí made contact with the woman’s partner and the children’s father.

Detectives spoke to the man who is desperate and has been given access to medical treatment.

The bodies were removed from the scene last night.

The results of the autopsies determine the outcome of this investigation, but the case has been assigned the resources of a homicide investigation.

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