Man due in court in connection with gun and ammo seizure

Man due in court in connection with gun and ammo seizure

A man is due in court this morning in connection with the seizure of a gun and ammunition in Dublin at the weekend.

Gardaí intervened in a fight on Abbey Street early Sunday morning and witnessed a man throwing something into a bin on Liffey St.

When gardaí searched it they found a suspected gun with ammunition.

A man in his 30s and a woman in her 20s were arrested in connection with the find.

The woman has been released without charge while the man is due in court later.

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