Shooting in north Dublin seriously injures man

Shooting in north Dublin seriously injures man

A man shot in North Dublin this morning has died.

The shooting happened in Marigold Crescent in Darndale in the northside of Dublin at about 06:30 local time.

A man in his 30s was shot a number of times outside a house on Marigold Cresent in Darndale.

Gardai are trying to establish a motive for the shooting of the dad of three.

Paramedics treated him at the scene and took him to Beaumont Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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The 39 year old's partner is also now pregnant with their fourth child.

It is believed that a burnt out auto discovered around a mile away at Greenwood Avenue, Donaghmede, may be linked to the shooting.

"He is not a person who was known to us for involvement in serious criminal activity".

It was stolen during a burglary in the Santry area on 1st January 2019.

A post-mortem examination is also underway this afternoon.

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