Two arrested after shots fired in Dublin

Gardaí in Dublin have arrested two men following reports that shots were fired at a house.

At approximately 11.30pm last night, a single shot was fired through the front window of the house in Crumlin.

One person was in the house at the time but she escaped uninjured.

Gardaí stopped and searched a car on St Peters Road as a result of follow up enquiries.

Both men - one aged in his early 30s and the other in his mid 20s - are being detained at Crumlin and Sundrive Road Garda Stations.

A loaded pistol was also recovered.


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