Noah Donohoe’s family hopes an investigation will help answer their outstanding questions about the schoolboy’s death in Belfast
Noah Donohoe’s mother made a call for camera footage in a statement released for the hearing yesterday.
Fiona Donohoe, who asked for help from the public, said that every little bit of information would help find answers to lasting and painful questions.
The statement was released late Thursday evening.
Ms. Donohoe said, “It is the family’s hope that the investigation will help answer the outstanding questions about how Noah was in a undressed state, and how he met his death in a storm pit.
Once again, the family appeals to the public for information.
“Every little piece of information will help restore the answers to these heartbreaking and painful questions.”
Ms Donohoe has since then made a direct request for camera images.
She added, “We specifically address any householder in the Shore Road area who has camera surveillance in-house to keep footage from June 21, not to overwrite it and share it with the PSNI, Relatives for Justice of KRW Law This will be kept strictly confidential. “
Anyone who can assist with the investigation is requested to contact info @ relativesforjustice or firstname.lastname@example.org
In a family report after his death, Noah’s family remembered how his “beautiful, pure young soul fills the hearts of his mother Fiona, his aunts Niamh and Shona, their beautiful children and his uncle Gearoid.”
In tribute to those who helped find the schoolboy, the message added, “Noah’s love was big enough to reach the selfless hearts of North Belfast and beyond, as they showed overwhelming compassion and empathy when they brought them home. from Noah. Love knows no bounds. “
The Donohoe family has said that a clip of Noah playing guitar on Mother’s Day is how he should be remembered.