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Ireland Investigation launched after shots fired at house in Limerick city

11:25  05 january  2020
11:25  05 january  2020 Source:   thejournal.ie

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GARDAI are investigating reports of shots fired at a house in Limerick city tonight. A house on Lenihan Avenue, Prospect, on the south side of File image. Gardai are conducting house to house enquiries and have appealed for informationCredit: Alamy. Gardai received reports of shots fired at

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a sign on a pole © Brian Lawless PA Images

GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING reports of shots fired at a house in Limerick city last night.

The attack happened at a house on Lenihan Avenue in Prospect, on the south side of the city, which was sealed off by gardaí.

Gardaí received reports of shots fired at the house around 8pm and conducted house-to-house inquiries last night.

There are no reports of anyone being injured, said a garda source.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Roxboro Road garda station on 061 214 340.

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