Update: Gardaí find nothing after bomb alert at Waterford city council offices

Update - 3.35pm: Gardaí have found nothing after searching a number of buildings following a bomb threat in Waterford.

The area around the Mall in Waterford city will reopen this afternoon.

Update - 2pm: A number of buildings have been evacuated in Waterford city after a bomb alert at the city council offices.

There are reports of one bomb in the city council offices and one in the Theatre Royal next door.


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Earlier: Two buildings have been evacuated at The Mall in Waterford city following a bomb alert.

Gardaí got a call reporting a bomb in buildings next to the city council offices.

Gardaí and members of the EOD team are at the scene.


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