Two Arrested Over Attempted Shooting In Dublin

Gardai have arrested two men over an attempted shooting attack in Dublin in November 2014.

The incident occurred at a car park next to the Islandbridge Court Apartments on 1 November.

A Honda Civic rammed another car at the scene. Two occupants in the car then ran after the driver of the other vehicle and fired a number of shots.

The man escaped uninjured.

The two men are being held at Irishtown and Kilmainham Garda Stations under the provisions of Section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act.


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