A person has been charged by police investigating the homicide of lacking girl Tina Satchwell.
It comes after Irish officers found skeletal stays buried beneath a house in Youghal, Co Cork, earlier this week.
It’s understood police at the moment are glad the stays are these of Ms Satchwell.
The person, aged in his 50s, was arrested following the invention.
He has been charged in reference to the case and is because of seem at a particular sitting of the Cashel District Courtroom on Saturday, police stated.
Ms Satchwell, initially from Fermoy, went lacking from her house in Youghal in March 2017.
On Tuesday, a serious police search occurred on the property – with the stays discovered a day later, based on the Irish police service An Garda Siochana.
The stays have been taken to Cork College Hospital, the place they have been examined and underwent DNA evaluation.
A digger and different heavy equipment have been used in the course of the search of the home.
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For the reason that discovery, a display screen was erected outdoors the grounds of the property, with folks laying flowers down in reminiscence of Ms Satchwell.
A second search additionally occurred at one other location between Youghal and Killeagh in Co Cork, the Gardai stated.