Four men arrested after assault at Dublin petrol station

Four men have been arrested after a man was assaulted at a petrol station in south Dublin.

The man in his 20s has been taken to Tallaght hospital following the incident on the 9th Lock Road in Clondalkin just after 7pm this evening.

The four men, who are all in their 20s and were travelling together in a car, were arrested close to the scene.

They are being detained at garda stations in Dublin, where they can be questioned for up to 24 hours.

Witnesses to the assault are being asked to contact Clondalkin garda station.

- Digital Desk

More on this topic

Gardaí arrest 29 in Cork during Operation Thor Day of Action

Arrest made after man walks into Dublin pub with shotgun

Calls to make upskirting an offence in Ireland

Gardaí investigating suspected petrol bomb attack in Drogheda

More in this Section

Limerick boating incident: 'I can still hear the girls screaming'

Government are 'sleepwalking' into a chaotic disorderly Brexit, say Fianna Fáil

'Shocked, angered and dismayed': Dublin Mayor on amalgamation of Clondalkin Jigsaw

Cervical Check: Fianna Fáil say delayed Scally report is 'disappointing'


Wishlist: Vintage fashion and home-ware are back in style

Spring has sprung: Use the new season turn your garden into an environmentally sound patch

It makes cents to get savvy with household spending

Designer home: Turning a small house into a spacious family home

More From The Irish Examiner