Ireland Dublin salon stormed by two men and badly damaged with hammer in broad daylight

13:41  11 june  2018
13:41  11 june  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Camellia Nails & Spa, on Botanic Road, Glasnevin was seriously damaged after the attack.

Windows were smashed in the salon while mirrors, sinks and tables inside the shop were also damaged.

Gardaí are investigating the incident, which according to the salon owner, is not the first time it has happened.

A Garda spokesperson said: "At approximately 7pm on the 7 of June, two males entered a premises on Botanic Road, Glasnevin at least one was in possession of a hammer, they started to damage the interior of the property.

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A newly opened salon in Glasnevin in Dublin 9 is undergoing what management believes is a campaign of intimidation to get them to close their doors. This week on two occasions thugs entered the premises in broad daylight with staff and customers present, throwing paint and damaging the

Old hammer with nails lying on boards © Catalyst Images Old hammer with nails lying on boards "Males left on foot towards the Phibsboro area, one male was wearing a blue top, blue baseball cap and shorts, second male was wearing a grey hoodie which he had over his face.

"Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact Mountjoy Garda station. No arrest and no one injured."

The owner of the salon, who didn't want to be named, told the Herald: "Early last Saturday morning, they broke the windows again. We had CCTV for that.

“Then on Tuesday, three men trashed the shop and broke some stuff and threw paint.

“And while gardai were investigating that incident, two men arrived on Thursday and totally smashed the salon up.”

The salon only opened in the area on May 21 with the owner hoping to keep going despite all the vandalism.

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