Three men seriously injured in shooting outside Bray Boxing Club

Katie Taylor of Ireland celebrates defeating Sofya Ochigava of Russia to win gold during the women's boxing Lightweight final of the 2012

Katie Taylor of Ireland celebrates defeating Sofya Ochigava of Russia to win gold during the women's boxing Lightweight final of the 2012

Three men have been injured after a shooting at a boxing club in County Wicklow.

The shooting has left a 30 year-old man dead.

The other two men, aged 35 and 57, who were injured in the incident, have been taken to hospital.

He said: "We are not giving out full details of the injuries received - what we can say is they are not life threatening".

'The gym is council-owned and it is operated by Pete Taylor, who is Katie's dad'.

Three men have been shot at a boxing club in Ireland.

Lightweight Katie Taylor won gold at the London Olympics in 2012 and is a world boxing champion.

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"Following examination of CCTV in the area, we now wish to appeal for information for a silver coloured Volkswagen Caddy with Northern Irish plates".

They are appealing to anyone who witnessed the movements of the van along the route travelled between 7-8am yesterday morning to contact them.

There is still a heavy police presence at the club while forensic officers carry out their investigation.

Local Sinn Fein MP John Brady said the incident had brought "another dark day for Bray".

Ireland's Health Minister Simon Harris called the news from Bray "shocking".

The body of the man killed was removed from the boxing club at around 2pm and taken from the scene in a blacked out vehicle.

The garda helicopter has been circulating the scene while the armed response unit is also in the area as gardai go door to door with their enquiries.