Controlled explosion carried out on suspect device in Dublin

Controlled explosion carried out on suspect device in Dublin

A controlled explosion was carried out by the army bomb squad this afternoon after a suspect device was found in Dublin.

Gardaí received a report at 9am this morning of a device which was taped to the door of a car in the Greencastle Drive area of Coolock.

The area was cordoned off while the device was inspected.

However, the device was found to be non-viable.

The scene has now been reopened.

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