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Gardaí examine a scene at Constitution Hill in connection with the shooting Niall Carson/PA Wire

Man released without charge over Dublin shooting

The man in his late 20s was being questioned over the shooting of Christopher Warren, who was dropped off at St James’s Hospital where he died of his injuries.

A MAN BEING questioned by Gardaí in connection with the fatal shooting of Christopher Warren at the weekend has been released without charge this morning.

A file will now be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

The victim was dropped off at St James’s Hospital in Dublin with gunshot injuries on Friday evening. He died at the hospital a short time later.

A car that was used to bring Christopher Warren to the hospital was later found abandoned on Cork Street in Dublin’s south inner city.

Gardaí have carried out a forensic investigation of a scene at Constitution Hill in Phibsboro on the northside of the city where the shooting is suspected to have taken place.

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