Conductor Finbarr Murphy asked for anyone with photos or video footage at the weigh in or in and about the Regency Hotel at the time of the shooting on February 5 this year to get hold of them
Investigators are also looking for the public’s help to trace the stirrings of a silver coloured Ford Transit 03 D 58865 around Buckingham St in the days late to the murder and also the movements of this van from Buckingham Street to Drumcondra between 1pm and 2.20pm on the day of the seizure and near St tricks College, Church Ave, Ormond Rd and Grace rk Rd to come shooting.
The Gardai also appealed to anyone who may have been in and about St Vincent’s GAA ground Marino and who saw anything unusual of suspicious in relation to man or cars there.
Since the murder of David Byrne at the Regency Hotel a numeral of investigations have been ongoing.
Gardai revealed today that to fixture there have been 23 people arrested and almost 100 searches transmitted in relation to these investigations and a number of people have been debited and brought before the courts. 18 firearms have been seized and to the ground 7,000 lines of enquiry have been conducted. 2,600 reports have been taken and 2,500 high visibility overt checkpoints be suffering with been conducted.
Appeals were also made regarding some of the gangland eradications that followed the Regency attack.
Superintendent Dan Flavin appealed to anyone who can help with the Edward Hutch and Gareth Hutch investigations to come presumptuous and he thanked the community for their assistance to date. Superintendent Flavin also seek fromed anyone with footage or photos that may be of assistance to contact them.
In relationship to the Gareth Hutch investigation he appealed for help to trace the movements of a flatware Skoda Octavia 05 D 15049 on May 24 or days before and a Frowning BMW 02 D 39051 near Avondale House on the same day or its movements in the dates leading up to the shooting.
Witnesses or anyone who can assist are asked to contact Mountjoy Garda Instal on 01- 6668600, Ballymun Garda Station on 01- 6664400, The Garda Confidential A buzz Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.