MORE than 60 gardai swarm a south Dublin property as part of an ongoing investigation into feuding biker clubs.
The army of cops, including a team of 16 gardai from the Emergency Response Unit, raided the building at around 4pm yesterday.
Officers — some armed with machine guns — were spotted using a bolt cutters outside the building which is believed to be linked to a biker club.
Investigators are cracking down on motorcycle clubs in Ireland as they look into whether they are linked to the stolen car and motorbike industry, as well as drugs and weapons trade.
Gardai have received intelligence in recent months that tensions are rising among some of the groups operating in Ireland.
Earlier this week, we revealed how four members of a feuding biker club were nabbed by cops following an incident involving a handgun in Co Wexford.
Source: The Irish Sun