Ten people are due in court this morning as part of the investigation into the identification of the teenage boys who killed Ana Kriegel.
It’s part of an ongoing investigation into the circulation of images of the teenagers.
Boy A and Boy B were 14 years old when they were found guilty last year of murdering Kildare schoolgirl Ana Kriegel in a derelict building in Lucan in Dublin.
Because of their age, a law is in place meaning they can’t be identified.
Gardai began an investigation when people began circulating images on social media claiming to identify them.
One person has already been charged as part of the investigation and this morning gardai have revealed 10 more will now be brought before courts.
The six men and four women aged between 21 and 48 are due before the district court in Dublin at half ten.