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Members of the Defence Forces bomb disposal team (File photo) Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
IEDs

Two devices made safe overnight in Dublin

It was the third call out for Army Bomb Disposal Teams in Dublin in less than 24 hours and the fifth this week.

TWO VIABLE DEVICES discovered in Dublin have been made safe by an Army Bomb Disposal Team overnight.

The team was first called to the scene of a private residence on Clogher Road, Crumlin, following a request from the Gardaí at 1.15am.

A viable IED was made safe and handed over to Gardaí for their investigations, and the scene was then declared safe at 2.40am.

Following that, the team received a further request and deployed to a private residence in Limekiln Green, Walkinstown, at 3.00am.

A second viable IED was approached there and the scene was declared safe at 4.00am.

The incident marks the third call out for Army Bomb Disposal Teams in Dublin in less than 24 hours and the fifth this week.

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