THIS is the moment a masked gunman shoots his gangland rivals outside a Lidl in front of horrified shoppers.
The man was blasted in the stomach and suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries during the shooting in Dublin.
Horrifying CCTV images from June show a masked shooter opening fire on gangster Noel Boylan who then stumbles inside the supermarket to safety.
The gunman begins to follow Boylan inside but then turns away and flees in a navy Toyota Avensis.
Speaking on during RTE’s Crimecall last night, Detective Sergeant Shane McCartan described the vehicle’s escape route.
He said: “We know the car left the Blakestown Way area of Mulhuddart and driven towards Mulhuddart village where it took a left onto the Old Navan Road and driven up to Damastown Road erratically.”
The car was later found burnt out.
Det Sgt McCartan added: “It’s a very built-up and busy area. It was June 2, the Saturday of the bank holiday and also on the night of the Champions League final which may jog viewers memories.”
Det Sgt McCartan continued: “We’re looking to identify the man in grey.
“He’s a white male, described as being aged 34 to 37 years of age, approximately 5 foot 7 to 5 foot 8 in height with a strong Dublin accent.
“He’s described as being of medium build and with dark brown hair and unshaven.”
Two e-fit images of two men suspected of being involved in the shooting were also released – one of the car buyer and another of the driver.
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Noel — also called ‘Seanie’ by pals — is a known associate of exiled cartel boss Christy Kinahan, 63, and a number of other gangland figures.
The Dubliner is also a pal of a man who is the Kinahan cartel’s representative there.
Gangster Noel was caged previously for his role in an attempted armed robbery in 2006.
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