Gardaí investigating after shots fired in Dublin

Gardaí investigating after shots fired in Dublin

Gardaí are investigating after shots were fired in Dublin last night.

The incident happened on Church Road in Mulhuddart at about 9.30pm.

Gardaí attended the scene and said there are reports of any injuries.

They say investigations are ongoing.

Separately, gardaí are investigating after the body of a man has been discovered in a car in north county Dublin.

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