Man (50) dies after attempting to prevent theft of car

Gardaí in Dublin are investigating the demise of a 50-yr-old man who tried to stop the theft of his car.

Ian McDonnell sustained accidents in the incident final weekend and died from individuals injuries yesterday evening.

Gardaí in Clondalkin are investigating the lethal incident that transpired on Robinhood Highway, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 on Sunday night, January 23, and are captivating to the public for more details.

On January 23 at around 6.15pm, Mr McDonnell (50) was identified lying on the roadway with critical lifestyle-threatening accidents.

Investigations have recognized that Mr McDonnell experienced been at his small business premises close by a small time prior to this.

It was listed here that Mr McDonnell intervened to avert the theft of his motor vehicle, a gray colored Volkswagen Passat, registration variety 161 OY 1861.

In undertaking so, he was carried on the bonnet of his automobile, a distance, to wherever he was identified.

Mr McDonnell was eradicated from the scene by ambulance and was in a serious issue. He handed absent yesterday evening and a write-up-mortem is due to be carried out these days.

Gardaí in Ballyfermot have founded an investigation crew and Mr McDonnell’s auto, which still left the scene of the incident, was recovered on Friday, January 28.

A next vehicle concerned in the incident, a silver Toyota Aqua, with the registration quantity 152 D 32687 was also recovered on Tuesday, January 25 when it was positioned burnt out in Ballinascorney, Tallaght.

This motor vehicle was stolen in Crumlin on the afternoon of Sunday, January 23.

Gardaí in Clondalkin are nervous to listen to from any one who may perhaps have been in the Robinhood Street spot of Clondalkin on the night of Sunday, January 23 involving 5.30pm and 7pm and who may possibly have witnessed any activity or who could have video clip dashcam footage.

They are wanting for details on exactly where either of the vehicles included in this incident were being among January 23, and the times they had been recovered.

“Investigating Gardaí are wanting for any data on in which either car or truck was parked up at any area, or was either auto noticed in any petrol station or at any other site more than all those times?”

Gardaí are also trying to get help from any one who may have found possibly of the cars and trucks in the vicinity of Ballymount, Walkinstown, Tallaght, Kylemore Street, or Ballyfermot among 6.30pm and 9pm on Sunday night, January 23.

Any individual with details is questioned to speak to Clondalkin Garda Station at (01) 6667600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.