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Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Two men, arrested in Limerick as part of an ongoing investigation into serious crime and gang-related violence in Limerick, are still being detained by Gardai.

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Limerick - Man questioned over alleged threat to kill
Two men, arrested in Limerick last night as part of an ongoing investigation into serious crime and gang-related violence in Limerick, are still being detained by Gardai.
It is understood they will appear at the city's district court in the morning to face a number of charges.
They were arrested after a young woman made a statement to gardaí alleging that the two men, both brothers, made a threat to kill her.
The two men, aged 33 and 29, are from the Hyde road area of Ballinacurra Weston in Limerick.
Meanwhile three other people, a 21-year-old woman and two men aged in their early 20s, were arrested tonight as part of the same investigation.
They are being held at a number of garda stations in Limerick city.

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