Two Held Over Attempted Shooting Attack Released

Two men arrested in connection with an attempted shooting attack in Dublin have been released without charge.

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.

A file is being prepared for the DPP.


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