Experts open high-tech search in Irish bogland for grave of Belfast man killed by IRA in 1972

December 1, 2014 12:00 PM

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DUBLIN – Forensic experts have begun a high-tech search for the unmarked grave of an Irish Republican Army victim, a long-unresolved part of Northern Ireland's peace process.

Lead investigator Geoff Knupfer said Monday that ground-penetrating radar and a sniffer dog would be used to try to find the remains of Joe Lynskey, a Belfast IRA member who disappeared in 1972.

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