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Ireland Gardai investigating as number of attacks reported in leafy southside suburb

19:05  29 september  2019
19:05  29 september  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Gardaí are investigating reports of an alleged shooting incident on the Kilmore Road in Artane last night. The incident occurred at approximately 8.50pm The area has been plagued by a number of gun attacks in recent weeks, including two murders in the area while a third person from the suburb

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People in a South Dublin suburb have been warned after a number of random attacks including one that left a man hospitalised.

A number of incidents have been reported in the Old Bawn area of Tallaght over the last nine days

Last Saturday, four men were reportedly hiding in bushes near the school and attacking people passing by.

A Facebook page sent out a warning saying the men were aged between 18 and 20, and had been drinking in the area.

a car parked on the side of a road: Old Bawn area of Tallaght © Google Old Bawn area of Tallaght

Two days later on nearby Watermeadow Drive, and innocent man hospitalised after two men viciously pounced on.

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To speak to the Gardaí in complete confidence ring the Garda Confidential Telephone Number 1800 666 111. An Garda Síochána has been granted a number of exemptions under the FOI Act 2014 to ensure that it can perform its core functions and to ensure that state security is not compromised.

Gardaí at Mayorstone Garda Station are investigating a series of assaults and have appealed for information. Fine Gael Senator Kieran O’Donnell, who has arranged a number of residents' meetings in the area, said Limerick has received no extra gardaí in the last two rounds of new recruits who

It's understood the man, 30s, was walking in the area when two men came up behind him.

He was hit over the head with a bottle before being kicked repeatedly on the ground.

He was taken to hospital with wounds to the face and there are fears he will be left with a bad scar.

A garda spokesperson confirmed they are investigating the incident and that no arrests have been made.

They said: "Gardaí are investigating an assault that occurred in Watermeadow Drive, Tallaght, Co. Dublin at approximately 10:30pm on the 23rd of September 2019. A male in his 30s was taken to Tallaght Hospital with minor injuries.

"No arrests have been made. Investigations are ongoing."

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