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Man stabbed four times in Dublin city car park

Crime DeskBy Sunday World
Gardai are investigating after a man was stabbed four times overnight
Gardai are investigating after a man was stabbed four times overnight

Gardai are investigating an incident in which a man was stabbed a number of times in the car park of an apartment block on the northside of the city.

The incident happened at approximately 9.20pm last night at Island Key apartments in East Wall.

It is thought that the man was stabbed up to four times in the arms, leg and back - but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

It is the second serious incident in the capital overnight.

Gardaí are also seeking witnesses to a serious assault that happened in the southside of the city at about 4am this morning.

At 4am gardai and the emergency services were called to an incident outside Park View Apartments, Harold’s Cross.

A 57 year old man was discovered injured in what Gardaí believe to have been an assault.

 The injured man is in a serious condition in St James' Hospital.

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses or anyone who was in the Harold’s Cross area of Dublin between 3.30am and 4am this morning to contact them at Rathmines Garda Station on 01 666 6700.