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Ireland Girl led gang assault and rob man, 70s, using 'ketchup trick' at Artane Castle Shopping Centre, Dublin

13:35  24 november  2019
13:35  24 november  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Establishment and shopping mall at 5 Kilmore Road, Artane , County Dublin , Ireland. Here you will find detailed information about Artane Castle Shopping Centre : address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

Shopping precincts in the Artane area include several retail outlets on the Malahide Road, as well as the Artane Castle Shopping Centre , which is anchored Artane is close to two Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) stations: Harmonstown railway station, which divides Artane and Harmonstown, and

a person wearing a yellow hat: Gardai © Collins Gardai

An "aggressive" girl led gang assaulted and robbed an elderly man at a Dublin shopping centre on Saturday morning using a very simple 'ketchup trick'.

The man - who is in his 70s and wanted to remain anonymous - was set upon by the group of three at Artane Castle where one of the trio approached him putting ketchup on his jacket.

After placing the ketchup, the same person alerted the pensioner and pretended to help him clean it off.

Caught off guard and thinking that he was receiving a random act of kindness from a member of the public, two of the other thugs came over and stole his wallet.

He described the two men and one woman attackers as "aggressive" and was so worried that they may have known him.

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Artaine Castle Shopping Centre (officially Tesco Artaine Castle Shopping Centre ) is a small shopping centre in Artane in Dublin 5, Ireland, anchored by Tesco Ireland. The centre is located at a roundabout on Kilmore Road, opposite Butterly Business Park

a car parked on a city street: Artane Castle Shopping Centre © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Artane Castle Shopping Centre

Thankfully, the elderly man's wallet was recovered a short time later but he was understandably shaken following the ordeal.

In a statement to Dublin Live, a spokeswoman for Gardai said: "We can confirm that we attended the scene of a robbery at a shopping centre on Kilmore Road, Artane on Saturday morning at approximately 11am."

She added: "One man in his early 70s was assaulted by two men and a woman and property was taken from him, which was later recovered. He received no injuries and investigations ongoing."

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