Gardaí share more details of Dublin shooting in an attempt to bring witnesses forward
The shooting took place earlier this week.
Gardaí are looking for witnesses to come forward in the case of a fatal shooting that happened in Dublin earlier this week.
The incident occurred in a laneway adjacent to Our Lady Immaculate National School, Darndale, Dublin 17, on 22 May at approximately 4pm. A man in his 20s was shot a number of times and was later pronounced dead at the scene.
In a statement issued on Saturday, Gardaí said they were looking for information about a Fuji Nevada 'orange' mountain bike. This mountain bike is further described as having a rear mudguard, set of black 'Vera' wheels, black saddle with yellow stripes.
Gardaí have provided a photograph of a similar bike.
It's believed that the bike may have been used in the crime, and was later found on Belcamp Lane in Coolock.
Gardaí are now seeking the following:
"- Any person who may have had this type bicycle stolen in the recent past.
"- Anyone who saw or spoke to any person on a similar bike in the Darndale area in the days leading up to the murder, who knows where this bicycle was or who had possession of this bicycle in the days leading up to the murder.
"- Anyone who had seen this bicycle in the Darndale area between the hours of 3.30pm - 4.30pm on the 22nd May 2019 or who saw this bicycle being abandoned on Belcamp lane on the 22nd May 2019."
Gardaí would also like to speak to any drivers, who were in the areas of Darndale or Belcamp Lane between the hours of 3.30pm - 4.30pmwho may have possession of dashcam footage from their vehicles.