Gardaí investigate after nine shots fired at house in Dublin

Gardaí investigate after nine shots fired at house in Dublin

Gardaí are investigating after at least nine shots were fired at a house in Dublin this morning.

Gunmen fired the shots at the windows of a terraced house on Ratoath Drive in Finglas at 6.20am this morning.

It is being reported by the Independent that a gunman pulled up on a motorbike and shot at the living room and an upstairs bedroom with a handgun, before making a getaway.

No injuries have been reported and it is not known if anybody was in the house at the time.

Gardaí have sealed off the area for a forensic examination and are investigating the incident.

Photos show at least nine shots were fired through the window.

The bullet holes in one of the windows at the scene this morning. Pic: Collins
The bullet holes in one of the windows at the scene this morning. Pic: Collins

- Digital Desk


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