Gardaí investigating Dublin murder cordon off area near bus station

Gardaí investigating Dublin murder cordon off area near bus station

Gardaí investigating the murder of Christopher Warren have cordoned off an area near the Broadstone Bus Station in Dublin in connection with their investigation.

The 35 year old - who was known to Gardaí - was dropped off at St. James' Hospital in Dublin at around 7pm yesterday evening, by someone driving a blue Mercedes.

He had severe gunshot wounds and died in hospital a short time later.

The Mercedes was later found by Gardaí abandoned on Cork Street. It is still not known exactly where the shooting took place.

A man in his late 20s has been arrested in connection with Mr Warren's killing.


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