Plans For New Lidl Store "Under Review" After Dublin Looting
Lidl says plans to build a bigger store at the site where one was destroyed during looting in Dublin last week are "under review".
Nine people were arrested after a digger was rammed into the supermarket at Fortunestown on Friday night.
Video footage shared on social media showed a mechanical digger pulling down part of the supermarket's outside wall.
The company says all staff from outlet in Fortunestown have been redeployed to other stores.
But it says plans to build a new, larger store on Fortunestown Lane are "now under review".
It says: "We currently have engineers and consultants on site assessing the significant damage caused to the building and we will await their recommendations before making a final decision regarding future plans."