No arrests following latest gangland murder in Dublin, Gardaí say

No arrests following latest gangland murder in Dublin, Gardaí say
Derek Hutch was the 14th victim of the ongoing Hutch-Kinahan fued.

Gardaí say there has been no arrests yet after the latest gangland murder in Dublin.

27-year-old Derek Hutch was shot dead near Wheatfield prison in Clondalkin on Saturday.

He is the 14th victim of the Kinahan Hutch feud - with fears his death will see the violence escalate further.

One local said she was not surprised.

He said: "Nobody is bothered with it anymore, it is just another shooting and that’s it."

- Digital Desk


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