Some of the cufflinks, watches, pens and letter openers that were stolen had the Mexican National Emblem Crest emblazoned as per attached pictures. The security van drove onto Sycamore Road and did a u-turn on Willow Park Cresent before parking up outside a pizza delivery shop. The driver left the van to make a routine collection. As he was returning to the van, a dark grey, three door Fiat Punto came down Sycamore Road, pulling up beside the van. A man jumped out from the passenger seat of the car and confronted the security driver with a black handgun. The security driver dropped the box and the raider grabbed it and jumped back into the car.
Raider 1: Five foot ten inches in height, wearing a blue tracksuit top, blue jeans, black woolly hat and sunglasses. The public are asked to consider the appearance of the raider together with the vehicle used to transport the men which is a dark grey 3 door Fiat Punto. Did you see where the raiders went from here, or did you see them transfer into another vehicle? As the cash was being delivered the security guard was approached by two raiders carrying a handgun and a shot gun.
The security guard dropped the cash box, which the raider then picked up. He then got into the rear of a waiting Silver Citroen Xsara Picasso.
The car took off at speed and exited the car park of the shopping centre. The Picasso was later found at Glencairn Drive, it had been destroyed by fire. The car bore registration plates 02MH The three males were observed running from the car and headed in the direction of Orby Lawn. Raider 1 : Carried a hand gun. He wore a red cap, black top and grey bottoms. Approx between five foot nine inches and five foot ten inches in height. Raider 3 : Driver of car, wearing a balaclava rolled up on head. He wore a black shell suit type of tracksuit with a red stripe on side.
The public are asked to consider the descriptions offered together with the vehicle used to transport the men which is a Silver Citroen Picasso with registration number 02MH They were seen running at Orby Lawn in the direction of the local Luas stop, did you see where the raiders went from here, or did they transfer into another vehicle?
At approx 4. This male was exposing himself while walking beside her. The woman pushed him away, screamed and ran off. The culprit walked after her as far as Neville Road, then disappeared. The injured party described the suspected offender as follows:.
Crime Prevention Advice. The fishing of keys through letterboxes and windows accounts for In 1 in 5 reported cases of car keys stolen from the home. This campaign will take place on 28th May — 4th June Click here for mobile phone theft prevention tips. On the 2nd April a local farmer discovered a body in a field, located two miles outside Swords, Co Dublin. The following day the body was identified as that of Deniss Timosejevs, 22 years of age, originally from Latvia and who had been living in Ireland for two years. The day before Deniss body was found; he got in from work and went to the shops to run an errand.
When he got in from the shops he changed into his favourite jacket and went off for a walk, which he liked to do most days. He left his housing estate at around 8pm. A friend of Deniss said he saw Deniss sitting on some rocks near a bus stop at the junction of Glen Ellen road and Jug Black Lane, about two minutes from his home.
On the 13th June between 8. The suspect got on the bus and he began to verbally abuse the bus driver. The injured party attempted to intervene and create space between the bus driver and the suspect. Both the injured party and the suspect exited the bus at the same time. CCTV from the number 15 bus captures this. The injured party collected his bicycle from Tesco Clarehall and was cycling past Burnell Square on the Malahide Road when the suspect runs from a parked car and pushes the injured party off his bicycle in front of the Number 42 bus travelling towards Malahide.
CCTV from the No 42 captures this. The injured party received a number of injuries as a result of this assault.
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On the night of the 11th December the manager of the store finished work and while driving into his housing estate a car reversed out in front of him. The manager beeped his horn at the car. A man came up to the side of the car door and pulled him out of the car and then a second man appeared. The manager was then put in the back seat of his own car. One of the raiders sat in the back with him while the other raider drove. Both were armed with handguns. They drove into the car park of the shop the man works in. They drove around to the rear of the store. The store was still open; it was open until 11pm.
The raiders then forced the manager to phone the assistant manager and tell them to go to the back door and open up for him. When the Assistant Manager opened the door the manager and two armed raiders met him. They got him to bring them straight to the cash room. They continued to hold the manager, assistant manager and another staff member there.
They demanded the contents of the safe. The raiders managed to get the contents of the cash flow safe and also bags of coin.
An Audi was seen in the estate where the manager lives and also seen by a witness at the Liffey Valley estate. An Audi was seen speeding off from the Liffey Valley estate. The victims of this crime, a male security worker and his partner were held against their will by two men who entered their house at around pm. He was wearing a black baseball hat and a black scarf around his face. He threatened the couple with a handgun. He was left handed.
He wore black gloves and was right handed. The raiders sat the couple on the floor inside the house. They seemed to be in radio contact with someone outside the house. They put the couple in a space under the stairs and left. It bore cloned registration plates 08D This registration number was copied from a car from the Dublin area. They are investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle in the Portrane area of North County Dublin between 9 and 10 that evening to see if there is any connection to this crime.
This car passed the M7 toll bridge on the morning of theft heading towards Dublin. He told the engineer he wanted to hire him to manage a project in County Leitrim. He stated the funding was in place and was eager to meet.
Over the next two weeks the two men made contact with each other, they agreed to Wednesday the 13th November. The engineer agreed with Mr Treacy that he would bring along a designer. While on route Mr Treacy spoke to the engineer. They arrived at around They then drove to an old mill 1.
When they arrived they saw a man in high viz who was standing at the gates and asked them to go into a port-a-cabin to take a look at some drawings. When inside the port-a-cabin the designer was assaulted by another man wearing a balaclava. The men were threatened and tied up using cable ties. The man wearing the balaclava photographed both men. He said he was representing a man who owned a lot of machinery and told the engineer not to get involved in a business dispute that was coming up.
The men were left in the cabin, but were able to free themselves and seek help. After 6km it made a left turn towards the old mill. The victim Gerry Keane was fatally injured as he crossed the Gort to Galway road. Gerry had intended going to Ardrahan to a Public house for the evening. Gerry was struck by a vehicle on the N18, moments after he had been dropped off by a family member at the car park opposite the pub.
Gerry was removed from the scene by ambulance to University Hospital Galway where he subsequently died from his injuries the following day. On the 15th April the woman received an email purporting to be from her Financial Institution. The email asked her to click on a link and give her personal details and provide her account and PIN numbers for verification. She was also asked for her mobile number and security code. The woman believed the email to be genuine and gave her details.
But her phone was tampered with in order to stop the bank making contact with her and notifying her of unusual activity on her account. CCTV provided by shops in Marino and Philipsburg Avenue, Fairview shows the suspect entering both shops on the same day, the 17th April wearing black runners, light blue jeans, red Munster jersey and blue Brazil zipped top. On Monday the 13th of May, at pm a homemade improvised explosive device, planted in a wheelie bin outside a home in Inbhear Mor Park, Arklow, detonated.
Fortunately neither the occupants of the house nor the teenagers around the area at the time, were injured. At A minute later he returned to the motorcycle and drove away.
The Board of Horse Racing Ireland has announced that horse racing will take place behind closed doors starting at Dundalk tomorrow up until 29th March. This includes race meetings at Navan on 14th and 28th March. It follows Government advice issued this morning to contain the spread of Covid, including an instruction to limit external gatherings to less than people. Restrictions are:.
Racemeetings will be closed to the public with recommended social distancing measures implemented on track. Access will be restricted to essential service providers and industry participants. There will be no catering services, on course bookmakers or Tote services provided.
One groom per runner declared will be admitted to the racecourse. One owner per runner will be admitted. Only trainers of horses running at the meeting will be admitted. All participants will be asked to vacate the racecourse after their horses have run.
Racing will continue to be made available to broadcasters as at present. The offices of Horse Racing Ireland will remain open during this time and working from home arrangements will be facilitated wherever possible.
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