Investigation launched after bodies found in house in Tipperary
Gardaí are investigating "all circumstances" surrounding the discovery.
An investigation has been opened following the discovery of two bodies in a house in Tipperary on Monday, 20 June.
Shortly before 4pm, Gardaí entered the residence in Cloneen, where they found the bodies of two people – an elderly man and an elderly woman.
A statement from An Garda Síochána notes that "all circumstances" are being investigated.
Early indications suggest that the bodies were in the house undiscovered for a period of time.
As of Monday evening, the scene remains preserved so that the Garda Technical Bureau may carry out a forensic examination.
The offices of the State Pathologist have been notified.
According to RTÉ News, locals had raised concerns about the whereabouts of the man and woman.
It is understood that the deceased were a couple, both aged in their 70s. No cause of death has been established, nor has there been any indication of foul play.
Investigations are ongoing.