Murder investigation continuing into fatal shooting of a man
The shooting occurred in Dublin yesterday
24-year-old Jamie Tighe Ennis died after being shot in Coolock in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A vehicle, which is believed to have been the assailant's getaway car, was found burned out in the Finglas area a short time later.
Any witnesses are asked to contact Gardaí, in particular a number of people seen talking to the victim shortly before the shooting.
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