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Defence Forces make device safe in Donnybrook

The Army Bomb Disposal Team says the viable IED was made safe early this morning.

THE ARMY BOMB squad was called to an address in Eglington Road, Donnybrook, Dublin last night after the discovery of a suspicious device.

The team was arrived on the scene shortly before 1.30am today and the viable Improvised Explosive Device was made safe.

No controlled explosion was carried out and the device was taken away for further examination by the Defence Forces team.

The Army Bomb Disposal Team has been called out 200 times this year and last night’s operation was the 40th viable device made safe by the team so far this year.

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