Dublin Fire Brigade confirmed that they attended the scene after reports of a fire, but say there was no fire at the scene.
Keith Kelly, 46, from Suncroft Park, Tallaght, and Paul Freeman, 43, from Russell Green, Tallaght, were both charged with trespassing with intent to commit offence.
Mr Snew was charged with possession of a weapon and burglary, and the court heard that he was "waving a sledgehammer around" the shop when gardai arrived.
Gerard Buggle, 38, from Mac Uilliam Lane Tallaght, was charged with theft and the charge sheet claiming he stole four packs of LED lights, a candle holder and insoles for runners to the value of €70.
He was remanded in Cloverhill prison and will appear in court on Thursday March 8.
Irish Police said in a statement: "Following reports of burglary and theft of vehicles, Garda units deployed in the Tallaght District and nine arrests were made to date".
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Police urged anyone with information to come forward.A member of Ireland's ruling Fine Gael party, parliamentarian Colm Brophy, said attacked the "mindless criminal behaviour" of the alleged looters.
He added: "I am particularly mindful that these actions have taken place in the midst of a code red weather warning when our emergency services are at full stretch".
Another councillor Cathal King said the local community was "absolutely fuming".
"The people who committed these contemptible acts do not represent the community of decent law abiding people, who I'm sure are as outraged as I am".
Lidl Ireland has said that none of its staff were injured in an incident at its store on Fortunestown Lane, Dublin, Ireland, which saw criminals hijack a JCB excavator and proceed to tear the roof off the store.
Yesterday evening more than 50 Gardai were called to deal with the looting of a Lidl store on Fortunestown Lane.