May 31, 2017, 17:36
A man with apparent gunshot injuries was discovered in a auto in an underground vehicle park at Sheridan Court on Dorset St Upper in Dublin 1 on Wednesday morning.
Mick O'Toole, Crime Correspondent with the Irish Daily Star, says gardai believe it's related to the ongoing gang feud in the city.
An ambulance removing the body of a man from the scene of a gangland shooting in Dublin on Wednesday.
"A man with apparent gunshot injuries has been discovered in a auto in an underground vehicle park at the above location at approximately 9.50am".
Earlier at approximately 7.30am at Clonliffe Ave a auto was found on fire.
The man was discovered at the location at approximately 9.50am on Wednesday morning.
It is believed he may have been dead for some time when a council worker came across the scene and raised the alarm.
A spokeswoman said: "Both scenes are now being preserved".
Up until this latest killing, there had been no feud murders this year, compared to five in the same period last year.
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