Man Due In Court Over Aggravated Burglary

A man in his mid 20s is due in court in relation to an aggravated burglary in Dublin.

Gardaí investigations are ongoing into the incident at a residential property in Blanchardstown on Monday 02 December.

The suspect is due before Blanchardstown District Court today, 06 December after his arrest on Thursday, charged with related offences.

He was detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.


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