Man Due In Court Over Dublin Arms Find

A 39-year-old man is to appear at a Dublin court this morning in connection with an arms find in Dublin.

The man is to appear at the Criminal Courts of Justice, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8, at 10.30am this morning charged in relation to the incident.

On Tuesday Gardaí reported that as part of an ongoing operation a house on Deasy’s Road, Ballyfermot was searched.

Gardai from Ballyfermot Garda Station uncovered a firearm and a number of rounds of ammunition.

Officers reported that a man was arrested and was being detained under the provisions of section 30 of Offences Against the State Act as amended.


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