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IrelandTwo men arrested as frightened employees held at knifepoint in popular North Dublin shop

08:20  21 august  2019
08:20  21 august  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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GARDAÍ IN CORK have this evening arrested a man in connection with a burglary in the city. Shortly before midnight last night a man knocked on the He then burst into the property holding a knife and threatened two women in their early-20s who were home at the time. Both managed to escape the

Gardaí have made three arrests in connection with the incident that took place in north Dublin on Wednesday Gardaí say that on Wednesday night five males entered a house on Botanic Avenue in Dublin 9 The man was then held at knifepoint and driven in his car to two separate ATM machines.

Two men arrested as frightened employees held at knifepoint in popular North Dublin shop © Getty Gardai

Two men have been arrested after a failed attempted robbery on a popular North Dublin shop.

Frightened employees were held at knifepoint at the Raheny establishment on Sunday afternoon as the two males attempted to steal cash.

A panic alarm was activated during the horrifying incident and both men left the shop empty-handed.

In a follow up operation, Gardai arrested two men in connection with the incident.

A spokesman for Gardai told Dublin Live said that "investigations are continuing and no injuries were reported from the incident".

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