By Paul Williams
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Garda O’Donoghue brought the items back to the station and bagged them along with the rest of the recovered gear. He contacted Dunnes Stores customer services and asked for the details of the loyalty card. He was told that someone would phone him back with the information. 30. He said the loyalty card belonged to a customer called Elaine O’Hara of 97 Belarmine Plaza in Stepaside, County Dublin. O’Donoghue contacted the Garda Information Service Centre in County Mayo and requested that the name be run through the PULSE computer system.
As Dr Curtis approached the cordon at the edge of the treeline the pathologist spotted the bones that had been retrieved by Millie and left on the pile of blocks by her owner. He identified three – a tibia, a fibula and a humerus – as being human, while the rest belonged to animals. The white substance that Magali Vergnet had first noticed under the trees was adipocere and pointed to the spot where the body had lain after death. Adipocere is formed by the action of water on adipose tissue – body fat – over time.
After that the trail went cold. Something bothered the detectives who viewed the CCTV tape from the apartment complex. A mobile phone was clearly visible in her hand. Yet her iPhone had been in the apartment. Her family and work colleagues told Gardaí that Elaine carried her precious iPhone everywhere and they had never seen her with a different phone. The investigators made an urgent request to the CCIU to download the data from the seized phones and laptops. As the investigation continued, Gardaí distributed leaflets containing Elaine’s picture and appealing for information.
Almost the Perfect Murder: The Killing of Elaine O’Hara, the Extraordinary Garda Investigation and the Trial That Stunned the Nation by Paul Williams