London Bridge attacker was carrying ID card issued in Ireland From St Albans Harpenden Review

One of the London Bridge terror attackers was carrying an ID card issued in Ireland when he was shot dead, security sources in the Republic have confirmed.

Police chiefs in Dublin said they were liaising with counterparts in the UK amid reports that the killer had Irish papers.

Garda Siochana is providing every assistance to our colleagues in the London Metropolitan Police in relation to the terror attack in London, a spokesman said. EMBED START Image { id: “embedded615730” } >

There are unconfirmed reports that the man who had been carrying the Irish issued ID may have claimed to be from Morocco and that he was married to a woman from Scotland and had lived in Dublin. Scannable Fake ID

Gardai are investigating whether the ID card belonged to the dead man and if the documents are legitimate.

It is understood inquiries are continuing into whether the man was given an Irish ID card issued by the Garda National Immigration Bureau.

The plastic credit card sized documentation is given to people from outside the EU. It has a person certificate of registration which states they have permission to stay in Ireland.

Garda Commissioner Noirin O was holding a meeting with the force anti terror and intelligence chiefs as they co operate with the Met investigation.

Ireland security and defence chiefs have kept terror threat levels in the country under constant review since the Manchester and London attacks. scannable ids

are a small number of people in Ireland who are being monitored and observed in respect of radicalisation and matters relevant to that, Mr Kenny said.

this case these facts are being checked, but my understanding is that this individual was not a member of that small group. Kenny referenced the extensive visas that can be issued for non Europeans to move to EU countries to be with family.