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Man wrongly held on suspicion of murdering Ashling Murphy, 23, says he thought arrest was a PRANK



Speaking to the Irish Daily Mail, Radu Floricel (pictured), 40, a native of Romania, has recounted his experience being interrogated by police over the death of Ashling Murphy. He has since been eliminated from enquiries

A man who was wrongly suspected of murdering Ashling Murphy said he thought someone was playing a prank on him when police called to his house in the hours after the young woman’s murder.

Speaking to the Irish Daily Mail, Radu Floricel, 40, a native of Romania, said he realised only at the garda station that he was being questioned about her killing and ‘couldn’t believe it’.

Mr Floricel was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the killing of Ashling Murphy, 23, a local primary school teacher, who was fatally assaulted while she went for a run along the canal bank in Tullamore.

However, Mr Floricel was released from custody on Thursday night and eliminated from Garda enquiries.

Yesterday, Mr Floricel, a father of one, described the nightmarish…



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