Warren Crossan Wiki – Warren Crossan Biography
Faced with cocaine trafficking and motor vehicle charges on court bail, Warren Crossan was shot dead in the afternoon in front of his mother’s home in the city’s St James district. The son of a dissident republic chief who was killed was shot in front of the west Belfast house on Saturday to provide the escape car used to kill Dublin hitman Robbie Lawlor.
The assassins were acting on the orders of the gangland figures in the south in connection with the murdered contract killer Robbie Lawlor.
Warren Crossan Age
He was 28 years old.
Warren Crossan Father
He was the son of a well-known dissident republican Tommy Crossan, who was shot dead on the Springfield Road, Belfast, in 2014.
Warren Crossan Arrest in April
Warren Crossan was previously arrested and questioned about the murder of Robbie Lawlor, a Dublin criminal, was shot dead in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast in April.
Police said Mr. Crossan was chased by two masked armed men at the crossroads along Rodney Parade and St James’s Road along Rodney Parade. He was shot several times at St Katharine’s Road at close range. On Sunday, Det Ch Insp Darren McCartney described it as “unmoved and reckless”, “without worry for the public,” and a resident of a gunshot hit a vehicle. Police said they were interested in the victim’s move before they hit it. Det Ch Insp McCartney said that Mr. Crossan had left his home in the Crumlin region, shortly before the dark metallic blue Skoda Octavia from Brum iLinkn.
He then observed that the vehicle was parked at the family home in Rodney Parade at about 12:40 BST. The officer added: “I am aware that the area is busy with pedestrians and drivers, so I ask anyone who has taken any footage of the incident to offer it to us.” The police made the Grand Event Public Portal available to anyone with information. The dead man was known to the police, and the BBC knows he believed to be a prominent dissident republican.
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