Family and friends' agony after teen's severed body parts found stuffed in bag

Tributes have been paid to Keane Mulready-Woods after part of the teenager were found at Moatview Drive, Coolock and then in Trinity Terrace, Drumcondra in DublinHeartbreaking tributes have been paid to the "one of a kind" teenager who was brutally killed and dismembered. The remains of Keane Mulready-Woods were found in a sports bag on a Dublin estate on Monday. On Wednesday his head was recovered from a burning car. In the wake of the shocking discoveries, the 17-year-old's loved ones took to social media to mourn his death. Courtney Mulready posted online: "You are so special in my life that I know no other person will be able to take your place, my brother."Kelly Mulready said: "Fly high cuz. You were one of a kind! The best scrambler rider in Drogheda! Love you so much."Gardai announced in a press conference on Wednesday that a forensic examination had confirmed the body parts were Keane's. Deputy Commissioner, Policing and Security, John Twomey said: "An Garda Síochána is determined to bring those behind this shocking crime to justice."In recent years An Garda Síochána has made significant progress in tackling organised crime through arrests leading to convictions and major seizures of guns, drugs and cash."This focus will continue. As always, the help and support of communities are vital to this."A spokesperson for the force described the killings as "brutal and savage", The Irish Mirror reported.He said: "Keane is a 17-year-old juvenile, he disappeared on Sunday 12th January and parts of his remains have now been discovered. "This is a brutal and savage attack on a child and is completely unacceptable in any normal democratic society."The level of violence is shocking and the investigation into the murder of Keane is being co-ordinated from Drogheda Garda Station. "It is important to remember that Keane was a child, a young boy, trying to find his way in life, he has now lost his life and his family have lost their loved son and brother."Police made their second grim discovery early on Wednesday morning when they found Keane's dismembered head after reports of a car on fire on alane off Clonliffe Avenue in Drumcondra, on the north side of Dublin. Gardai were searching for the head after a sports bag discovered by youths around 10pm on Monday on the north Dublin housing estate of Coolock was found to contain a dismembered torso and four limbs. Before he went missing Keane was warned that his life was in danger by gardai, The Belfast Telegraph reported. It is suspected the body parts were dumped on the estate as a gangland warning.