Man due in court in relation to firearms offences

Man due in court in relation to firearms offences

A man in his 40s is due to appear in court this morning in relation to firearms offences.

It comes after gardaí investigating organised crime stopped a vehicle in the Shankill area of South Dublin on Saturday evening.

A Mach-type Machine Pistol was seized.

The man was subsequently arrested.

He is due to appear before Bray District Court this morning at 10.30am.

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