Bomb experts defuse two devices
Improvised explosive devices have been defused by army bomb experts in Dublin and Limerick.
Defence Forces in Limerick were called to a derelict property in Tory Hill, Croom.
The team arrived on scene at 8.45pm on Friday and made a viable device safe through a controlled explosion.
In Dublin a Bomb Disposal team also dealt with a device in the city's Basin St Flats complex at 6.30am on Saturday.
The device was made safe without a controlled explosion being carried out.
Investigations into the finds are continuing.