Two arrested after stolen cars crashed into river Liffey

Two arrested after stolen cars crashed into river Liffey

Two juvenile males have been arrested by gardaí after a burglary in Lucan in Co Dublin.

They alerted to a burglary at the Weston housing estate at around 4am.

Two cars drove from the scene towards Celbridge Village and came to a stop after crashing and entering the river Liffey at Celbridge Bridge.

There was no one injured.

The two are being detained at Lucan Garda Station.

One of the cars in the Liffey last night. Pic via @TallaghtAmbo.
One of the cars in the Liffey last night. Pic via @TallaghtAmbo.


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