Army Bomb Disposal Teams have made safe viable Improvised Explosives Devices in Limerick and Dublin .

Army Bomb Disposal Teams have made safe viable Improvised Explosives Devices in Limerick and Dublin overnight. 

In Limerick, the Defence Forces deployed a team to a derelict property in Tory Hill, Croom in response to a request by the Gardai.

The team arrived on scene at 8.45pm and made a viable device safe by means of a controlled explosion. The scene was declared safe at 11.15pm and the remains of the device were handed over to the Gardai for their investigations.

In Dublin, the Defence Forces deployed a Bomb Disposal team to the Basin St. Flats complex in Dublin 8 in response to a request by the Gardai.

The team arrived on scene at 6.30am this morning and made a viable device safe. There was no controlled explosion carried out. The scene was declared safe at 7.20am and the device was removed to a military installation for further examination.


Press Release Date: Saturday 10th Septemebr, 2011

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