Sunday 30 April 2017

Gentle giant Adrian Donohoe never stood chance as vicious killers laid their trap

The two-car convoy pulled into the car park of Lordship Credit Union on the Cooley Peninsula shortly before 9.30pm on Friday, January 25, last year.

The first car was driven by an official carrying cash from another credit union branch for lodgment in the bank night-safe in Dundalk.

The second was an unmarked squad car with two detectives, Adrian Donohoe and Joe Ryan, who were providing an armed escort.

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