Man released in Limerick in connection with London Bridge attack

It's reported that ID documents were found at the man's home, which shared the name of Rachid Redouane

Man released in Limerick in connection with London Bridge attack

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Gardaí in Limerick have released a man who was arrested as part of their own investigations into the London Bridge attack.

The Moroccan man was arrested under the law that relates to forgeries and fraudulent ID.

It's reported that ID documents were found at the man's home, which shared the name of Rachid Redouane, one of the London Bridge attackers who had lived in Rathmines in Dublin until last year.

The man has since been released without charge, and a file is being prepared for the DPP.