Bomb Disposal Unit deployed to Rathkeale after reports of suspect device
11/08/2012 - 15:13
The Army Bomb Disposal Unit is dealing with reports that a suspect device has been found at Rathkeale in Co. Limerick.
A team from the Defence Forces has been at the scene since lunchtime, but they've yet to confirm what's been found there.
Reports suggest that more than one device may have been reported.
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