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Assault causing harm on Camden Street, Dublin 2 on the 30/11/14

The Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are investigating a serious assault that occurred in the early hours of Sunday the 30th November 2014 on Camden Street, Dublin 8.

The injured party and two friends left a nightclub on Harcourt Street at 4.25am. They walked across the Luas track in the direction of Camden Street. They crossed the road, close to the junction of Harrington Street. An altercation took place at Brady’s Pharmacy at this junction between these men and an unknown man. The injured party was assaulted and fell to the ground. Two people came to his aid but the suspect continued to assault him as he lay on the ground. The suspect then fled the scene and ran at speed down Camden Street. CCTV captured the suspect as he fled.

The injured party received serious head injuries and was taken by ambulance to hospital where he continues to receive treatment.


• The suspect is described as between 5'8” to 5'10” in height, athletic build, in his 20’s, wearing dark coloured trousers, dark jumper with a light coloured collar or shirt collar with dark shoes and spoke with a Dublin accent.

• Gardaí are appealing to taxi drivers in the Harrington Street / Camden Street area at the time of this assault that may have seen this man as he ran from Camden Street onto Harcourt Street to come forward.

• Gardaí are appealing to taxi drivers in the St.Stephan’s Green Area between 5am and 5.15am who may have collected a male matching the description of the suspect to come forward.

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone with information about this assault or who may recognise the suspect from the CCTV to come forward.

Telephone Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station on 016669400