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In pictures: Ivor Callely leaves Dublin Garda station after being released

The former junior government minister was released without charge by Gardaí at Irishtown Station this afternoon. A file is being prepared for the DPP.

FORMER JUNIOR GOVERNMENT minister Ivor Callely left Irishtown Garda Station in Dublin this afternoon after he was released without charge. He had been arrested yesterday afternoon.

The former Fianna Fáil TD and Senator, 53, was questioned overnight in relation to an investigation into the use of fraudulent receipts to claim expenses for mobile phone kits when he served as a TD in 2002.

This afternoon, Gardaí said that Callely had been released without charge and that a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

As he departed the Garda station with his legal representatives there was plenty of media outside including Photocall photographers Sasko Lazarov and Laura Hutton who took these pictures:

In pictures: Ivor Callely leaves Dublin Garda station after being released
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