Two men and two women arrested in garda investigation into north Dublin feud

The violent feud has seen dozens of violent attacks take place including petrol bombings, assaults and shootings.
Two men and two women arrested in garda investigation into north Dublin feud

A Garda spokesperson said investigations were ongoing. File Picture: PA

Four people have been arrested for firearms offences as part of a garda investigation into an ongoing feud in north Dublin.

On Wednesday morning, a man in his 20s was arrested under section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act, 1939, at a house in Finglas West. He was arrested in connection to an incident that occurred in January of this year in which a firearm was discharged at a house.

During the search of another property in the same area, gardaí recovered and seized a firearm and arrested three individuals — a man in his 30s and two women in their 20s — for firearm offences.

All four are currently detained at Finglas and Blanchardstown Garda stations.

A Garda spokesperson said investigations were ongoing.

Two rival criminal gangs have been involved in a feud in the Finglas area for the past three years.

The feud has seen dozens of violent attacks take place including petrol bombings, assaults and shootings.

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