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Ireland Cash stolen from Limerick off-licence after man entered armed with a knife and left on bicycle

14:35  15 october  2019
14:35  15 october  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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Two officers noticed two men jump from a car and enter the off - licence . The two men were initally believed to have been armed with a firearm. The imitation firearm and stolen cash were recovered. He is being held at Clondalkin Garda station under Section 30 Offences Against the State Act.

A man steals money and cigarettes from an off - licence in south Belfast after threatening a female The man entered the shop on Agincourt Avenue in the Holylands area just before 16:00 A short time later a man armed with a knife stole money from a frozen food store on the nearby Ballysillan Road.

Garda stock photo © Catalyst Garda stock photo GARDAÍ ARE QUESTIONING a man about the robbery of cash from an off-licence by a thief who fled the scene on a bicycle after holding staff up with a knife.

A man, aged in his 30s, was arrested this morning in connection with the armed robbery in Limerick yesterday afternoon.

The robbery took place at an off-licence on High Road, Thomandgate shortly after 2.30 pm.

a car parked in a parking lot: Gardai in Henry Street Garda Station are investigating the robbery. © Google Maps Gardai in Henry Street Garda Station are investigating the robbery. The assailant entered the off-licence armed with what is believed to be a knife. Gardaí say hee threatened staff, took a sum of cash and left the scene on a bicycle.

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Aziz stole a lot of bikes to feed his habit: "When I sell one thing I go and buy my drugs, smoke it, when it finishes, I have to go and get more. CCTV it seems, is also no deterrent. "Even if there is cameras they don't care. For me the best place is to leave your bike is a place where there are people around."

An armed robber steals cash and cigarettes from an off - licence in south Belfast on Tuesday evening. Shortly before 1800 GMT on Tuesday a man , armed with a knife , entered the premises in the Tates Avenue area. A member of staff attempted to serve him before he produced the knife and

“An investigation was carried out by Detective Gardaí from the Crime Unit in Mayorstone Park and a man in his 30s was arrested this morning, 15 October 2019,” a garda spokesperson said today.

The man is being detained at Henry Street Garda Station under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.

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