A man has been arrested at Dublin Airport in connection with a botched gangland hit on the northside.
Detectives investigating the Hutch Kinahan gangland war arrested this suspect in his 30s as he arrived off a flight at Dublin Airport.
He's wanted for questioning in relation to the attempted murder of James 'Mago' Gately in Clonshaugh.
He was gunned down at a busy Topaz garage in the middle of the day but survived the attack in May.
The suspect, allegedly linked to the Kinahan cartel, was arrested last night and can be held for questioning for up to seven days.