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IrelandGardai probing botched gangland hit of of Lee Boylan arrest four men

23:05  17 june  2019
23:05  17 june  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Gardai probing botched gangland hit of of Lee Boylan arrest four men © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Lee Boylan Gardai probing a botched gangland attack in West Dublin have arrested four men as they hunt down the gunmen.

The arrests were made earlier today (June 17) by armed gardai and the men are being questioned at a number of Dublin Garda Stations.

The investigation is into the shooting of Lee Boylan as he sat in a van in Mulhuddart near Blanchardstown in West Dublin.

The horror incident happened on March 6 last and saw Boylan blasted at point blank range in the neck and upper body.

Video: Superintendent Liam Carolan press briefing at Mulhuddart shooting location

Three men arrested as gardai swoop on Limerick crime gang

Three men arrested as gardai swoop on Limerick crime gang The gang were targets of an operation for a number of weeks . A garda spokesman has said the men have been detained under anti-gangland legislation in which they can be held for a maximum of seven days. The spokesman said: "As part of an intelligence lead operation, Gardaí have arrested three men, (aged 20s, 50s and 70s), in relation to a burglary at a business premises in Raheen Business Park, Co Limerick in the early hours of Thursday, June 13, 2019.

As previously revealed by Dublin Live, the hitman used a small calibre pistol meaning that the injuries were not life threatening.

Boylan has been seriously ill since the shooting. In another recent shooting Lee's father Noel Boylan was blasted twice in the stomach by a gun man outside a supermarket.

That shooting on June 1 happened in the Blakestown area of Dublin near Blanchardstown.

A Garda spokeswoman said: “Gardaí from Blanchardstown investigating a shooting at Blakestown Rd, Blanchardstown on the 6th March 2019, have arrested three males in their 20s and 30s.

Gardaí investigating shooting find €9,000 cash buried in a field

Gardaí investigating shooting find €9,000 cash buried in a field Gardaí probing the attempted murder of a father-of-two have discovered a jar containing €9,000 buried in a field. 

“Gardaí carried out a number of searches in the Hartstown area of Clonsilla Blanchardstown today 17th June 2019, assisted by the Armed Support Unit and also assisted by members of the defence forces led by the 2 Field Engineer Company, Athlone and 27th Infantry, Dundalk.

Gardai probing botched gangland hit of of Lee Boylan arrest four men © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Gardai check area where the car was burnt-out “As part of the Operation, local detectives who were supported by the Armed Support Unit also conducted a number of searches in Limerick and one male was arrested.

“All four males currently in custody in Blanchardstown and Finglas Garda Stations, are being detained under Section 50 of the Criminal Justice Act 2007.

“The search is part of an ongoing strategy tackling organised crime gangs in the area. During this search, army engineers using ground penetrating radar located a container with approximately €9000 in cash buried approximately 1 metre below the surface.”

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