Ireland Fermanagh security alert was elaborate hoax carried out by dissident republicans, gardaí say
Motorcyclist, 30s, tragically dies after crash with van in Navan, Co Meath
Gardai are appealing for witnesses and road users with dash cam footage of the area at the time to come forward .A spokesman said: "Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a van that occurred at approximately 12.20pm on Thursday 19th March 2020 at Kells Road (R147), Navan, County Meath."A technical examination has been carried out by Garda Forensic Collision Investigators and the road has since re-opened.
GARDAÍ HAVE SAID that a security alert in Co Fermanagh was an elaborate hoax carried out by a so-called dissident republican gang.The PSNI launched a significant public safety operation after a member of the public discovered a suspicious device in Rosslea on Monday night.
Police forces from both sides of the border allocated significant resources to investigating the incident. They now believe the hoax was the work of a so-called dissident republican gang.
“Significant garda and PSNI resources, which were badly needed elsewhere to support and assist communities during these challenging times for us all, were diverted to manage and support the policing response,” the gardaí said in a statement. Speaking after the policing operation, Deputy Commissioner John Twomey said:
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after man (20s) dies in Co Louth crash
A collision between a car and a lorry occurred this afternoon on the N2.Gardaí in Ardee are appealing for witnesses of the fatal collision on the N2 near Collon at around 1.30pm today.
This egotistical act is yet again proof that these tiny groupings care nothing for the local community or the people of this island.
“An Garda Síochána will continue to work effectively and collaboratively with our PSNI colleagues in targeting individuals involved in dissident republican criminality. The deputy commissioner added that An Garda Síochána is grateful to the community in the Monaghan and Cavan border area for its understanding over the duration of this operation.
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