‘These men could still be abusing children. It’s not just about Noleen’
Cynthia Owen, mother of a baby murdered in 1973, has appealed for other abuse victims to come forward, says Ali Bracken
SEEKING JUSTICE: Cynthia Owen, who was just 11 when her baby daughter Noleen was murdered and dumped in a lane in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, in 1973. Photo: Damien Eagers
October 18 2020 02:30 AM
Four men who formed part of a paedophile ring in the Dalkey House of Horrors case are still living in the idyllic seaside village, according to the mother of an infant murdered 47 years ago.
In an interview with the Sunday Independent, Cynthia Owen has appealed to other sex abuse victims of the men to now come forward in order for gardaí to progress the renewed investigation into the cold case murder.
Last Thursday, gardaí appealed for help in solving the murder of newborn baby Noleen Murphy, stabbed to death and dumped in a laneway in a plastic bag in 1973.