Ross Hutch, 28, walked free from Dublin’s Wheatfield Prison after serving less than two years for armed robbery.
The son of murdered Eddie Hutch was jailed for holding up a pharmacy, armed with a bike saddle in April 2019.
While he is not considered a major target of the Kinahan cartel, sources say his volatile nature does bring with it security concerns for gardai.
The Kinahans could consider Hutch, who was previously warned about threats to his life, as a “soft” target just like his father who was shot dead in his Dublin home in 2016.
He has 73 previous convictions for offences such as possession of firearms, endangerment and theft.
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