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Gardaí look for witnesses after two serious assaults

Three men were stabbed in one incident.

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Updated 1.31pm

PastedImage-47027 File photo of South Circular Road. Source: Screenshot via Google Maps

GARDAÍ HAVE LAUNCHED appeals for witnesses after two serious assaults in Dublin.

One incident took place on the South Circular Road in Kilmainham on 19 July, in which three men were stabbed at around 10pm.

The incident, which took place close to Suir Road, involved approximately six people.

One man (26), remains in a critical condition at Saint James’ Hospital. The other two men (19) received minor injuries.

Three people have been arrested, but later released without charge.

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information, particularly those who were travelling through the area between 9.45pm and 10pm on 19th July 2015 to contact Kilmainham Garda Station on 01 6669700.

In another appeal issued today, gardaí are looking for witnesses to an early morning attack close to a Luas stop in June.

A man (26)  was left with life-threatening injuries after a fight with another man at the junction of St. James Walk and Reuben Street in Dublin 8.

PastedImage-95006 Source: Screenshot via Google Street View

He has since been released from hospital.

One man was arrested and then released without charge.

Gardai in Kilmainham are appealing for witnesses or anyone who may have information in particular anyone who may have been waiting at the Fatima Luas stop to contact them in Kilmainham on 01 6669700.

Members of the public can also contact  the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.

Additional reporting by Nicky Ryan. Originally published 6.14pm, 30 July.

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