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Suspect Device

Homes evacuated as bomb squad called to apartment block in Dún Laoghaire

The discovery was made at about 8.40pm last night.

A NUMBER OF residents in the Dún Laoghaire area were evacuated from their homes last night after a suspicious device was discovered at an apartment complex at the Mews on Rochestown Avenue.

Bomb 

Gardaí and the army bomb disposal were at the scene last night after the device was discovered at around at 8.40pm.

Motorists were advised to take care in the area.

The Irish Defence Forces said that the device was not a viable. No one was injured in the incident and the cordon was lifted at 12.30am.

 

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