THE DEMOLITION OF A LIDL ALONGSIDE 6 CARS has left many people in west Dublin frightened and angry.
The destruction of a Lidl in Fortunestown Lane has prompted outrage from Irish people.
Nine men have been arrested in relation to the incident, which saw a JCB collide into the Lidl and drag the roof off the premises.
Videos and photos of the crime have circulated online, which shows the shocking robbery and demolition of a local supermarket.
Lads in tallaght robbed ATM/safe from Lidl, which they also demolished, are now attempting to smash open the safe. pic.twitter.com/aDtQjlB9Wu
— Niall Swan (@NiallMacSuain) March 2, 2018
While the men related to the incident are being persecuted, the lasting damage incurred to vehicles surrounding the Lidl has had devastating consequences.
According to The Independent, up to 6 cars were burnt out in the commotion of the demolition last night.
A spokesperson for the Gardaí confirmed they were looking into the destruction of several cars: "We are investigating criminal damage to 6 vehicles on Fortunestown Way last night".
Footage circulating of abandoned cars that were set on fire in Tallaght last night. pic.twitter.com/yHjNUo9CHu
— Mike Hogan (@mikehoganmedia) March 3, 2018