Three people have been arrested after a Garda car chase in the early hours of this morning.
A stinger device was deployed in Finglas to bring the car to a halt.
At around 12.30am a car failed to stop for gardai in Lucan.
It sped off from the scene, with gardai saying a "managed containment operation ensued".
A stinger device was deployed on the N2 at Charleston Place in Finglas and the car, which had been stolen, was brought to a halt.
A man in his late teens and two teenage boys were arrested.
The man in his late teens has been charged and is due in court at a later date, while the other two have been released and referred to the Youth Diversion Programme.
A garda spokesperson says: "Gardaí have arrested three individuals following a managed containment operation in West Dublin in the early hours of this morning, 23rd August 2023."At approximately 12:30am, a car failed to stop when directed to do so by Gardaí in the Lucan area. The car left the scene at speed and a managed containment operation ensued. "A stinger device was successfully deployed on the N2 at Charleston Place in Finglas and the vehicle was brought to a halt. "It was subsequently discovered that the vehicle had been subject to an unauthorised taking. "One male aged in his late teens and two male juvenile teens were arrested and taken to Garda Stations in the North of Dublin. "The male (late teens) has been charged and is scheduled to appear before the courts at a later date. "The two male juvenile teens have been released pending referral to the Youth Diversion Programme. "Investigations are ongoing."