Revenge fears after Dublin grenade attackWednesday 27 June 2007 23.01
Gardaí have warned of possible revenge attacks linked to this morning's grenade blast in Dublin.
Over 100 people were moved out of their homes after a hand grenade exploded in Park Terrace in the Coombe area of the city.
A suspect package and a hand grenade pin were subsequently found and the Army Bomb Disposal Team carried out a controlled explosion.
Gardaí say it was fortunate that no one was seriously hurt or killed.
The officer leading the investigation, Supt Thadie Muldoon, said gardaí are following a number of lines of inquiry in relation to the incident.