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Thursday, 22 January 2009

Finglas Suspected gangland hit was foiled


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Shotgun stolen in Dundalk over a year ago was found by Gardai in north Dublin after a suspected gangland hit was foiled.Uniformed gardai were on patrol in the Dunsoghly area of Finglas on Thursday night last when they noticed a car being driven in a suspicious manner.As Gardai pursued the vehicle, one of the two occupants threw an object over a wall and into the garden of a house.After a search of the garden, gardai recovered a loaded pump-action shotgun, which they suspect was about to be used in a 'hit' on a major Dublin gangland figure.It was initially believed that that the shotgun had been stolen in a burglary in Drogheda, but Gardai have since confirmed that it was stolen from a house in the Lisdoo area of Dundalk on New Years Eve 2007.Two men were subsequently arrested and held in Finglas and Blanchardstown garda stations under section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act.


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