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Pictured: Mother, 37, and her 15-year-old daughter who lay dead in their flat

Pictured: Mother, 37, and her 15-year-old daughter who lay dead in their flat for three days after ‘murder suicide’

  • Giselle Irinna and her daughter Alyson were found dead in the home yesterday 

Pictures have been revealed of a mother and her 15-year-old daughter who lay dead in their flat for three days after a suspected ‘murder suicide’.

The bodies of the mother and daughter, named by a friend as Giselle Irinna, 37, and Alyson, 15, went undiscovered for three days, before police in Northern Ireland found them.

Ms Irinna, who is said to originally have been from Colombia, teenager Alyson and a 38-year-old man, who hasn’t been named, were found dead at the home in Newry, Co Down, on Thursday.

The man, said to be from Scotland, is believed to have been in a relationship with Ms Irinna, according to Belfast Live.   

The mother and daughter (pictured above) who were found dead yesterday

Police in Northern Ireland sealed off the scene in County Down after three bodies were found in a flat

Police in Northern Ireland sealed off the scene in County Down after three bodies were found in a flat

Yesterday the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Detective Superintendent Jason Murphy said: ‘The circumstances of the deaths will now be subject to investigation and post-mortem examinations will take place in due course.

‘At this stage it would not be appropriate to elaborate further on the circumstances as our inquiries are at an extremely early stage.’

Officers were pictured at Glin Ree Court (above) where forensic investigators are expected to attend

Officers were pictured at Glin Ree Court (above) where forensic investigators are expected to attend

Officers were at the scene at Glin Ree Court yesterday, and police tape marked the area preserved for forensic investigation in front of some whitewashed flats.

Newry is close to Northern Ireland’s border with the Irish Republic.

SDLP politician Justin McNulty yesterday said: ‘Terrible news breaking.

‘This community is in shock and a dark cloud hangs over Newry this afternoon.

‘My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the deceased.’

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