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Jesus Take The Wheel Man arrested as 'communion supplies van' crashes into Dublin Russian Embassy gates

The lorry appears to belong to a Catholic church supplies business specialising in the sale of products such as candles, wine, and communion bread


A man has been arrested after a ‘communion supply lorry’ crashed through the gates of the Russian Embassy in Dublin this afternoon.

The incident took place at the embassy’s address on Orwell Road in the Rathmines area of Dublin city today, Monday 7th March, at approximately 1.30pm, when a truck knocked down the property’s gates.

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The incident took place at approximately 1.30pm this afternoon

The incident took place at approximately 1.30pm this afternoon

The incident took place at approximately 1.30pm this afternoon

 

The lorry appears to belong to Desmond Wisley Ecclesiastical Supplies, a Catholic church supplies business specialising in the sale of products such as candles, wine, and communion bread.

Gardaí investigating this “incident of criminal damage” have arrested one man, who was taken to Rathfarnham Garda Station where he is currently detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.

Investigations are ongoing.

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