Gardai investigating the murder of a woman in Dublin have arrested a man.
The suspect, aged in his 30s, was detained in the city on Saturday evening.
The 25-year-old victim was stabbed at a property in Allendale Glen, Ongar, in the north-west of the city on Friday night.
She was subsequently left at the A&E department of the James Connolly hospital by someone driving a white Ford Focus.
It is understood the arrested man is the suspected driver of the car.
A male relative of the woman, believed to be her brother, was injured in the same stabbing incident, which happened at around 8.40pm.
Gardai received a report at 8.53pm and when they arrived at the scene they found the injured man, who is aged in his 30s.
He was taken to the Connolly hospital where his injuries were today described as not life threatening.
While gardai were attending the scene in Ongar, at 9.01pm the female stabbing victim was left at A&E by the Focus driver. She was pronounced dead at 10.30pm.
Gardai have appealed for any witnesses to come forward.