Man appears before court over €40k cash-in-transit robbery at shopping centre
A YOUNG man has been charged over a €40,000 cash-in-transit robbery at a Dublin shopping centre at the weekend.
Sean Donnelly (20) appeared in court this morning charged in connection with the raid in the north of the city on Saturday, in which a security worker was allegedly robbed of a cash box containing the money.
He was remanded in custody by Judge Cormac Dunne at Dublin District Court.
Mr Donnelly, with an address at Belcamp Crescent, Coolock is charged with robbing a man of a cash in transit security box containing approximately €40,000. The charge is under Section 14 of the Theft and Fraud Act and the robbery is alleged to have happened at Clarehall Shopping Centre, Malahide Road, Coolock on April 26.
Judge Dunne adjourned the case to May 2.
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