Three quizzed after handgun seized in Meath

Three quizzed after handgun seized in Meath

Three men are being questioned by gardaí following the seizure of a handgun in Co Meath.

The men were walking along the Alexander Road in Navan yesterday morning when they were picked up by gardaí.

The men are believed to be from Dublin. Two are aged 31 and one is 34.

The men are being questioned at Navan, Trim and Kells Garda Stations.

Gardaí will not confirm the nature of their investigation at this stage, but say their inquiries are continuing.


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