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Patrick Quirke's wife Imelda outside the Central Courts of Justice in Dublin during the murder trial. Photo: Colin Keegan

Patrick Quirke's wife Imelda outside the Central Courts of Justice in Dublin during the murder trial. Photo: Colin Keegan

Pictured: Witness Mary Lowry (left) and killer Patrick Quirke (right)

Pictured: Witness Mary Lowry (left) and killer Patrick Quirke (right)

Patrick Quirke. Photo: Collins Courts

Patrick Quirke. Photo: Collins Courts

Patrick Quirke left the body of Bobby Ryan (pictured) in a run-off tank after killing him

Patrick Quirke left the body of Bobby Ryan (pictured) in a run-off tank after killing him

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Patrick Quirke's wife Imelda outside the Central Courts of Justice in Dublin during the murder trial. Photo: Colin Keegan

Sisters-in-law, once so close they used to go away on family holidays together.

Both slender, dark and fine-featured, their physical resemblance was close enough for it to be remarked on by several onlookers at the longest-running murder trial in the history of the State.

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Mary Lowry outside the Central Courts of Justice in Dublin during the murder trial

Mary Lowry outside the Central Courts of Justice in Dublin during the murder trial

Mary Lowry outside the Central Courts of Justice in Dublin during the murder trial

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