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Gardai release stab suspects Four engines battle blaze Search for missing man Boy (15) given headshop ban

FOUR suspects questioned over the fatal stabbing of a British man at Park West have been released without charge.

The four were held throughout yesterday by gardai investigating the murder of Jason Martin (39) last September, an Englishman wanted by British police in connection with a kidnapping.

Martin became involved in a row between two gangs last September outside the Plaza at Park West in west Dublin. He was wounded and died from his injuries in hospital.

Four engines battle blaze

Four engines of the Dublin Fire Brigade battled a fire in the early hours of the morning in a premises on the Nangor Road, in Dublin.

The premises sustained fire and water damage, but nobody was injured in the fire in Clondalkin.

It took three hours for the fire to be put out at the medical centre premises which is located above a shop.

The emergency services were alerted at around half three this morning.

Search for missing man

GARDAI have appealed for the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a 69-year-old man who has been missing since last Monday.

John (Jack) Tobin (below), from Bray in Co Wicklow, is described as being 5ft 8in, 12.5 to 13 stone. He has blue eyes and grey hair, but balding on top.

He was last seen on Strand Road, Bray, Co Wicklow.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Bray Garda Station on 01 6665300, or any garda station.

Boy (15) given headshop ban

A 15-YEAR-OLD boy facing robbery and public order charges has been banned by a judge from all of Dublin's headshops, which sell so-called legal highs.

The boy was charged at the Children's Court with being intoxicated to such an extent he was a danger to himself and others, on Dublin's Foley Street early yesterday morning.

A judge granted bail on condition that he kept away from a number of streets in Dublin's north inner city.