Blood-soaked house of horrors 'where teenage boy, 17, was decapitated' by gangsters

Keane Mulready-Woods, 17, was brutally killed and dismembered in a war between rival gangs in Drogheda, Ireland, with his limbs being dumped in a sports bag and his head recovered from a burning car Blood-stained machetes have been recovered from a house where teenager Keane Mulready-Woods is believed to have been dismembered. The youngster is understood to have been brutally killed in a gang war between feuding factions in Drogheda, Ireland. His limbs were found dumped in a sports bag while his head was recovered from a burning car. Irish police are understood to have found the bloodied machetes in a shed behind a house in Drogheda, Co. Louth, and blood-soaked floorboards inside the home. Keane, 17, was abducted in his native Drogheda on Sunday and is believed to have been killed later that day.
The Irish Independent reports the boy was stabbed multiple times in the torso before his body was dismembered. Part of his remains was found on Monday, while police say a torso has not been found. Yesterday, it was revealed sick images of a corpse were circulating online along with threats to gang bosses saying "f*** with us and you'll lose your head".
Gardai said on Thursday that a video circulating online was not that of the 17-year-old’s murder but could not yet verify the pictures. It’s understood two psychotic butchers lopped off his fingertips and thumbs before dumping his severed legs and arms on a street. Sources said this was to remove any potential DNA from the killers under his fingernails to help them evade prosecution, reports the Irish Mirror.
A senior source told the paper: “This was nothing short of barbaric. A completely depraved act.
“Keane’s body parts were dumped in Coolock as a message to their enemies. It’s like something out of the Netflix show Narcos.”Detectives are checking with Keane’s family and friends from the Beechwood area of Drogheda in a bid to trace his last movements. A huge manhunt is underway for the drug devils who abducted, tortured and slaughtered him.
Keane’s murder, which has shocked the country and made headlines across Europe, is the third killing in the bloody feud between two gangs. The two main suspects are involved in a bloody war with a rival gang in Drogheda and an outfit run by a Mr Big in Coolock.On Monday, the killers were on the way to the rival’s house in Coolock to dump the body parts in his garden but panicked when gardai probing a robbery arrived. They instead dumped the limbs on a street where kids found them.
A source said: ”They were also planning on keeping the head and torso to place on a pillar or pole also near their rivals but panicked once again and disposed of them in a burning car.”Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan appealed for help to “put these people out of business and behind bars.”Gardai are gathering information and intelligence on what happened to Keane since he was last seen at Dominic’s Bridge at 6pm on Sunday. He didn’t answer his phone or reply to messages after that time. Detectives are looking for details on the movements of a blue Volvo S40 in which his head and torso were found. It was stolen in Sandymount, South Dublin, in December and fitted with false number plates. Detectives are looking to establish its movements since then.