Gardaí investigating organised crime in Dublin release two men without charge

Gardaí investigating organised crime in Dublin release two men without charge

Two men arrested earlier this week in Dublin have been released without charge.

Gardaí investigating serious feud-related organised crime in the city made the arrests in the north inner-city and Finglas on Wednesday.

A total of five men were in custody during the week in connection with the investigation.

All five men, aged in their 20s and 30s, have now been released without charge.

A file is being prepared for the director of public prosecutions.

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