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Bomb disposal unit called in after alleged suspicious device found beneath car in Dublin

The Defence Forces’ Explosive Ordinance Disposal unit was notified and soldiers attended the scene.

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THE DEFENCE FORCES’ bomb disposal unit was called in today after an alleged suspicious device was found beneath a car in Dublin.

Gardaí in Clontarf received a call this morning in relation to the suspicious device.

The device was found under a vehicle on St Aidan’s Park Road in Marino.

The Defence Forces’ Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit was notified and soldiers attended the scene, but is not believed that the device was viable.

The operation is believed to have now concluded. has contacted the Defence Forces for comment.

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