Suspect Devices In Dublin Made Safe

Two suspect devices discovered in Dublin on Saturday night have been made safe.

The army bomb disposal team were called to a house at Arglen in Lucan at around 10pm.

The device was made sage a short time after.

A second device was found on the Capplagh Road after midnight and was also made safe.


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