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  • Major Kildare road closed after 'suspicious device' found in car - Irish Mirror

    A major Irish road was earlier closed after a 'suspicious device' was found in a car. The Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit were called to the scene to check out a device at a the Naas to Newbridge road. The R445 was closed at the Bundle of Sticks ...and more »

  • Three suspected explosive devices discovered in Naas - Irish Times

    Three suspected explosive devices discovered in Naas - Irish Times;

    Three suspected improvised explosive devices were discovered in Naas on Thursday following an investigation into a commercial garage. Members of the Army Bomb Disposal Unit attended the scene in Naas after a “a number of suspicious devices” were ...and more »

  • Update: Army defuses three suspect devices in Co. Kildare - Irish Examiner

    Update: Army defuses three suspect devices in Co. Kildare - Irish Examiner;

    Update 11pm: An Army Bomb Disposal Team has made safe three suspect devices found in Naas, Co. Kildare. The scene was declared safe at 9.30pm. The Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) have been removed to a secure military installation for further ...and more »

  • Three bombs discovered in vehicle during garda search in Kildare - thejournal.ie

    Three bombs discovered in vehicle during garda search in Kildare - thejournal.ie;

    GARDAÍ WHO WERE examining a vehicle as part of an investigation discovered three improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at a commercial garage at Newhall, Naas, yesterday afternoon. The area was sealed off and a cordon was put in place shortly after ...and more »

  • UPDATED: Suspicious device found in car on outskirts of Naas as army bomb squad are called in - Leinster Leader

    UPDATED: Suspicious device found in car on outskirts of Naas as army bomb squad are called in - Leinster Leader;

    The army bomb squad truck at the Bundle of Sticks roundabout this evening. Photo: Tony Keane. It's understood a suspicious device has been found in car on the outskirts of Naas and the army bomb squad have been called in to deal with the emergency.and more »

  • Major roads closed after reports of a 'suspicious device' found in car - Irish Independent

    Major roads closed after reports of a 'suspicious device' found in car - Irish Independent;

    Members of the Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit made safe three suspect devices on the Naas to Newbridge Rd after reports a suspicious device found in a car. The R445 was currently closed at the Bundle of Sticks roundabout. Kildare Traffic ...and more »

  • Three suspect devices made safe near Naas - RTE.ie

    Three suspect devices made safe near Naas - RTE.ie;

    The Army Bomb Disposal unit has made safe three suspected improvised explosive devices found in Naas, Co Kildare. A section of the Naas to Newbridge road was closed after the devices were discovered in a car. The road at the Bundle of Sticks ...and more »

  • Garda bomb squad are investigating suspicious device in car on Naas to Kildare road causing traffic delays - The Irish Sun

    Garda bomb squad are investigating suspicious device in car on Naas to Kildare road causing traffic delays - The Irish Sun;

    THE Garda bomb squad are currently investigating a suspicious device discovered in a car near Naas in Kildare, which has lead to traffic delays. Diversions were put in place by gardai at the 'Bundle of Sticks' roundabout on the M7 sliproad in Naas.and more »

  • Three improvised explosive devices found in Naas bomb squad search - Leinster Leader

    Three improvised explosive devices found in Naas bomb squad search - Leinster Leader;

    Three suspect improvised explosive devices were found during the army bomb disposal unit's search on the outskirts of Naas this evening (Thursday). The scene at the Bundle of Sticks roundabout near Newhall was declared safe at 9.30pm this evening.and more »

  • Several suspected explosive devices made safe in Kildare - Newstalk 106-108 fm

    Several suspected explosive devices made safe in Kildare - Newstalk 106-108 fm;

    An Army Bomb Disposal Team has made safe three suspected Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in Naas, Co Kildare. The Defence Forces deployed the team earlier on request from An Garda Síochána. A cordon was set up in the surrounding area to ...and more »