Donegal makes plea in Dail over death of Noah Donohoe


A Donegal Deputy has appealed to the Taoiseach and Tanaiste to ensure no stone is left unturned by Police in the North in the investigation into the death of Noah Donohoe.

The 14 year old went missing in Belfast on 21st June 2020. His body was discovered in a storm drain 6 days later.

A post mortem concluded that the teenager died as a result of drowning and a coroner's hearing was told there was no evidence he was attacked or anyone else was involved in his death.

An investigation has since been launched to establish how access was gained to the storm drain where Noah was found.

Deputy Thomas Pringle speaking during statements on the implementation of the New Decade/ New Approach Agreement, told the Dail that a police force for all in society is needed: