Suspicious Device Found In Rush Made Safe

A suspicious device has been made safe in Co Dublin.

Emergency services were alerted earlier today, 02 December, that a suspect device had been located in Rush.

An emergency cordon was established in the surrounding area and number of homes were evacuated.

The Army Bomb Disposal Team arrived at the scene at 9.40am and site was declared safe at 11.30am. The device has been removed to a secure military location for further examination.

In a statement, the Irish Defence Forces said: "Material of an evidential nature will be handed over to An Garda Síochána to assist them with their investigation."


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