Wednesday 26 April 2017

Four men arrested in relation to violent 'car-attack' death of Neil Reilly

Murder victim Neil Reilly
Murder victim Neil Reilly
The house at Liscarne Gardens, Ronanstown where shots were fired through a down stairs window Photo: Frank McGrath
A shotgun shell on the ground near the house at Liscarne Gardens in Ronanstown Photo: Frank McGrath
Gardaí gather evidence near where the car was found Photo: Frank McGrath
A car involved in the incident at the Glebe in Lucan, Dublin. Photo: Frank McGrath
Conor Feehan

Conor Feehan

Four men have been arrested in relation to the death of Dublin man Neil Reilly, who was beaten, stabbed and run over in Lucan earlier this month.

Reilly (36) was killed on January 18 at the Esker Glebe estate not far from his home at St Finian’s Close.

He had earlier been involved in an incident where shots were fired at a house in Liscarne Gardens in Ronanstown.

Gardai believe Reilly was followed from the Ronanstown area after the gun attack and his car was followed and cornered in the Glebe estate before he was attacked.

Gardaí gather evidence near where the car was found Photo: Frank McGrath
Gardaí gather evidence near where the car was found Photo: Frank McGrath

Four men were arrested this morning and brought to different garda stations in west Dublin for questioning.

A car involved in the incident at the Glebe in Lucan, Dublin. Photo: Frank McGrath
A car involved in the incident at the Glebe in Lucan, Dublin. Photo: Frank McGrath

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