•   
  •   

Ireland Gardaí investigating Wicklow burglary gang who wait for people to return home from work before striking

13:40  21 february  2020
13:40  21 february  2020 Source:   thejournal.ie

Lithuanian crime gang suspected of carrying out multi-million bicycle theft racket

  Lithuanian crime gang suspected of carrying out multi-million bicycle theft racket The gang is also linked to a €250k bicycle seizure made by gardaí in Dublin at the end of last year.  In that instance, officers raided a container in the Newcastle area of west Dublin. There they discovered 119 bikes, many valued at over €1,500. Officers are in the process of returning these bikes to their owners.Gardaí attached to the Pearse Street station’s street crime unit are continuing to liaise with their European counterparts in Europol, the Netherlands, Germany and Lithuania in relation to the criminal enterprise.

'Doctor Who ' is a British science-fiction TV series that follows the adventures of a time-traveling alien, called the Doctor, and his human companion, as they travel through time and space in a spaceship, called the TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space)

Gardai have confirmed he was standing in the garden of the home of Sean Little on Kilbarron Sources have told Dublin Live the callous gun thug had arrived at Little’s house to pay his respects but a hit team were waiting He said gardai are looking for three people who carried out the killing at

  Gardaí investigating Wicklow burglary gang who wait for people to return home from work before striking © Shutterstock tuaindeed

A BURGLARY GANG targeting people who have just arrived home from work is being investigated in north Wicklow following a large number of break-in attempts in recent weeks. A group of three men are being sought by gardaí in the Greystones, Delgany and Kilcoole areas of the county. The men, who have been armed with hammers and steel bars in the last three incidents, are believed to be responsible for most of the burglaries in the area in recent months. 

The incidents are becoming so common that many people in the affected estates have set up neigbourhood watch groups, seeking to find the culprits either after a burglary has occurred or was interrupted.

Irishman admits reporting his wife missing when he knew she was already dead

  Irishman admits reporting his wife missing when he knew she was already dead The husband of a woman who was allegedly murdered, and her remains scattered across the Wicklow mountains, has pleaded guilty to reporting her missing when he knew she was already dead. The jury at the Central Criminal Court were told yesterday that Augustine O’Connor, 75, had entered the plea some weeks ago, on the first day of a murder trial relating to Patricia O’Connor’s death on May 29, 2017.

Man ‘accidentally’ shot in the face by armed gardaí during recent operation. Registers a unique ID that identifies a returning user's device. The ID is used for targeted ads. Geolocation, which is used to help providers determine how users who share information with each other are geographically

The burglary occurred shortly before 2pm yesterday. The owner of the house came back after an alarm activation and disturbed a number of intruders who then fled the scene. Three are expected to appear before a sitting of Tallaght District Court this morning charged in connection with the incident.

Garda cover has been sparse, according to residents in one of the estates who say that no cars have showed up on previous occasions after 999 was called. However, since the last attempt on homes in the area on Tuesday, gardaí have sent patrol cars to monitor areas which have been at risk. 

Members of Garda Siochana (Irish Police) patroling in Dublin's city center. On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) © Artur Widak/NurPhoto Members of Garda Siochana (Irish Police) patroling in Dublin's city center. On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Two thefts and one other burglary was reported to gardaí in the last week who are now probing if they are linked. Officers in the Wicklow region are concerned about the new tactic being used to gain entry to homes as it significantly increases the chances of violent incidents. The young men, who gardáí believe are aged between 16 and 19 are waiting for people to return home from work before making their move. 

Wheatfield Prison in Dublin put on high alert after bomb threat

  Wheatfield Prison in Dublin put on high alert after bomb threat Someone rang in to say they were going to 'blow up' the prisonGardai are hunting for the culprit after a call was made to Wheatfield Prison in Clondalkin, Dublin on Thursday.

Home safety tips for Christmas from ESP Security. Whether you’re a homeowner, landlord or tenant, Christmas often means travelling to see loved ones while leaving your home unattended. With this in mind, we have provided their top tips to make sure your property is safe this Christmas

The President - who has a home in the affluent Hyde Park suburb of Chicago - told CBS this was He, Cooper and Brittany Covington face additional charges of residential burglary , according to Cook The victim was treated in hospital and has been returned to his parents. 'The actions in that video are

Officers believe the young men are waiting for the homes to be unlocked and then they enter them and take what is at hand. So far, cash and jewellery has been targeted. Gardaí believe that these men are not targeting cars. However, the area has long been targeted by burglary gangs, who have previously targeted vehicles. Gardaí have urged anyone with any information to contact them. 

MORE NEWS:

What all went down as TDs entered the Dáil (The Journal)

Met Eireann warns of wintry flurries as well as risk of hail and thunder showers (Irish Mirror)

She says Trump raped her - now she's been fired (Vox.com)

Arsonists target home of Kevin Lunney relative in 'act of thuggery' (Extra.ie)

Man stabbed to death in 'row over parking space' in Kingswood, West Dublin named locally .
The victim, named locally as Gareth Kelly, bled to death beside his car outside the house where he was staying in the Brownsbarn Wood estate in Kingswood, West Dublin.Gardai trying to establish a motive for the shocking killing were probing if a row erupted after Mr Kelly parked his car space overnight.A women in her 30s – understood to be a mum of three – was arrested close to the scene within hours of the horrific discovery at 7am yesterday.Early indications suggested there was no known relationship between the two.Green Party councillor Peter Kavanagh said the incident came as a shock to residents.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 9
This is interesting!