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Ireland Man arrested in connection with murder of John Gibson at Citywest Shopping Centre

15:25  28 september  2019
15:25  28 september  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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a man standing next to a woman: John Gibson leaving Blanchardstown District Court. Blanchardstown, Dublin. John Gibson leaving Blanchardstown District Court. Blanchardstown, Dublin.

A man has been arrested this morning in connection with the murder of John Gibson at Citywest Shopping Centre in September 2017.

The 23-year-old is due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice today.

Gibson, who worked as fitness instructor, was gunned down in a car park in Fortunestown Lane, Tallaght, at around 9.20pm on September 18.

An inquest later found that Gibson died died due to multiple gunshot wounds.

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