Car sale gone wrong results in chase down M50

Two men are due in court this morning in connection with an incident in which a car was rammed a number of times in Dublin last night.

Car sale gone wrong results in chase down M50

Two men have been arrested in connection with a car chase along the M50 in Dublin last night.

A BMW was rammed in the incident which took place around 8:15pm.

This incident started out at a car park on the Nass Road at around 8:15pm when a man and a woman in their 40s driving a silver BMW went to meet another person to try to sell a car.

When they attempted to leave the car park, they were blocked by another car and an SUV which rammed the BMW.

The BMW managed to exit the car park, but it was chased along the M50 and several attempts were made to ram the vehicle.

It was eventually hit on the Neilstown Road where both car came to a stop.

The man and woman in the BMW fled on foot and contacted gardaí.

A short time later two men aged 30 and 21 were arrested in connection with this incident.

They are detained being detained Lucan Garda Station under the section four of the Criminal Justice Act.

Both men are expected to appear before Blanchardstown District Court this morning charged in connection with this incident.

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