A woman who was arrested in South Africa last October has been extradited to Ireland overnight by the South African police service.
Ruth Lawrence originally from Clontarf in Dublin, is expected to be charged in connection with the deaths of two men whose bodies were found on Lough Sheelin.
Best friend's 32-year-old Eoin O'Connor and 33-year-old Anthony Keegan were found on May 26th, 2014 - six weeks after they went missing in Cavan.
Ms Lawrence originally from Clontarf in Dublin, was wanted by Interpol having fled Ireland.
Ruth Lawrence and her then partner fled Ireland shortly after the two men died, and he has since been imprisoned in South Africa over a separate murder charge that was committed in South Africa.
Ms Lawrence was arrested in October following the DPP directed she be charged in connection with the killings.
In a statement from the South African Police Service, they confirmed that she was extradited back to Ireland to face charges over the deaths of Eoin O'Connor and Anthony Keegan.
The tracing of Ms Lawrence and her extradition come as a result of collaboration between the Irish National Police, Garda Siochana whose team members arrived in South Africa earlier this week, and the South African Police Service INTERPOL NCB Pretoria; the Directorate Priority Crime Investigations; SAPS Detectives and Crime Intelligence.
It is expected that Ruth Lawrence accompanied by gardai have arrived back in Ireland in the past few hours.