Gardai in Limerick have released a man who was arrested following the London Bridge attack. The Moroccan suspect was questioned in relation to forgeries and fraudulent ID.
Gardai were investigating the movements of Rachid Redwan one of the men who carried out the London attack after it emerged that he had lived in Rathmines for a time.
It led officers to Limerick where its believed ID documents which shared the name of Rachid Redwan were found at a property.
Gardai have confirmed they arrested a man on Monday evening about the find under the Theft and Fraud Offences Act. He has since been released without charge with a file being prepared for the DPP.
The Tanaiste, Frances Fitzgerald, said "everything required" is being done and Gardai are "offering every support and assistance" to British authorities.
"The Garda authorities are in direct contact on a continuous basis with their UK security counterparts", she said.
Ms. Fitzgerald said "it would not be appropriate to disclose any details of the investigation that is ongoing", but will make as much information as possible public when it is appropriate to do so.
An attack here remains "possible but unlikely".
Meanwhile, Prince Charles and Camilla have visited survivors of Saturday's attacks at Royal London Hospital. They also met with staff who have been providing care to those injured.