Lawyers renew calls for Inga Maria inquest

Lawyers renew calls for Inga Maria inquest

Claire McKeegan at Inga’s grave with Inga’s nephew Victor

Staff Reporter


Staff Reporter


LAWYERS representing the family of murdered backpacker Inga-Maria Hauser have renewed calls for an inquest.

Last year, the Public Prosecution Service announced a decision not to prosecute two suspects in connection with the 33-year-old case.

Inga-Maria went missing after arriving in Larne on a ferry from Scotland in April 1988. She was a student inter-railing on a trip round the UK.

*Full story in this week's Chronicle*

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