Appeal for passing motorists near Jim Donegan murder to come forward
Motorists who may have clues about the murder of Jim Donegan have been urged to come forward by police.
The 43-year-old was shot dead while sitting in his red Porsche Panamera on the Glen Road on December 4 while waiting to pick up his 13-year-old son.
He was killed by a lone gunman who shot him dead in broad daylight.
Detective Chief Inspector Pete Montgomery said: "I would like to hear from anyone who was driving in the area of the Glen Road and Clonelly Avenue around 3.10pm and just afterwards as I need to eliminate your car from my enquiries.
"I also need to see any dash-cam footage which could be of use to my investigation.
“Please come forward to police by calling 101 without delay as your dash-cam footage could hold vital clues.”
Jim Donegan's Porsche had the registration JDZ34.
Since Mr Donegan's murder it has been reported that the father-of-two was involved in the drugs trade.
Speaking ahead of his funeral, his family called for no retaliation to his death.
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