Man arrested in Dublin over anti-Semitic graffitti

Man arrested in Dublin over anti-Semitic graffitti

A man has been arrested in Dublin after anti-Semitic graffiti was daubed on a road in Lucan.

Ronanstown gardaí arrested a man in his 40s early this morning.

He has since been released and a file has been sent to the DPP.

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