Gardaí were investigating the disappearance of Anastasia Kriegel when they found her body in a disused farmhouse on the Clonee Road.
Garda and detectives at the scene on the Clonee Road where the body of a young girl has been discovered.
Earlier today, Gardai issued a renewed appeal to the public for information about the whereabouts of Anastasia Kriegel.
Police have asked for anyone who was in St Catherine's Park from 5pm onwards on Monday or the Clonee Road area to come forward.
The area where the body was found has been sealed off and State Pathologist Dr Marie Cassidy conducted a preliminary examination of the scene.
Gardai at the scene at a derelict house and farmyard on the Clonee Road Lucan
Gardaí are awaiting the results of a post mortem to determine the course of the investigation.
Anyone with information on the case is urged to contact Lucan Garda Station at (01) 666 7300 or any Garda station.
"We believe the body to be that of Ana Kriegel".
"She was a very well known person in her school and to everyone in the community". It had involved the Garda divisional search team, members of which found Ana's remains.
"We have a full investigation, we have the technical bureau, an incident room has been established and we are also receiving assistance from the NBCI and other external garda agencies as well", Supt Gordon said.
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