Suspect devices found in Kildare, Limerick

Suspect devices found in Kildare, Limerick

The army bomb disposal team are continuing to investigate a suspect device found in Rathangan in Co. Kildare this morning.

The suspicious object was discovered about a mile outside the town, on the road to Edenderry, at around 10am.

Meanwhile, in Limerick a pipe bomb was found outside a house at around 9am this morning, in Sean Heuston Place.

The bomb had already exploded by the time the army bomb disposal team arrived at the scene - but no one was injured.

Gardai are investigating.


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