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GARDAÍ IN DUNDALK have described this morning’s attack in which one man was stabbed to death on a Louth street as ‘random and unprovoked’ – and said that terrorism has not been ruled out as a motive.
A 24-year-old man from Japan died after being stabbed shortly before 9am, while two other men were injured on two other nearby streets.
One person dead and two injured in ‘random stabbing attack’ in Ireland in ‘potential terror attacks’ as police arrest ‘Middle-Eastern man’
- The stabbing victim has been described locally as a 24-year-old Japanese man
- Knife attack happened shortly after 9am this morning in Dundalk, County Louth
- Two others, thought to be Irish, were attacked with iron bar in separate assaults
- Police are working to establish whether the three were terror related and linked
One person has died and two others have been injured in what is being described as a ‘random stabbing attack’ in Ireland.
Gardai are said to have arrested a Middle-Eastern man, according to Ireland’s News 3, and officers are investigating if three separate incidents are terror related.
The knife attack happened shortly before 9am in Dundalk and the victim was pronounced dead at the scene.