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Sunday 24 September 2017

Alert Gardai nab three juveniles

Gardai answering a call to suspicious activity at the front of a barber's shop on Peter Street discovered three juveniles in a nearby premises after its alarm went off.

Around 2.10am on Monday night, gardai were alerted by a caller of an attempted burglary at Rory's Barbers on Peter Street.

When gardai arrived at the scene, the suspects had gone and there appeared to be no entry made to the premises.

But while at the scene, the garda members heard a nearby alarm going off and on further investigation discovered three juveniles on the premises.

A file is to be prepared in relation to the incident.

On Saturday August 5th, between midnight and 6am, Clarke's on Peter Street was entered and three guitars were stolen.

Gardai are seeking the public's assistance in recovering the items, a light blue fender, a Tokai black fender and an Arai sunburst base.

Bikes were stolen

A number of bikes have been stolen in the past week.

On Saturday morning, a shed was entered in the Termonfeckin area and a Gold Carrera mountain bike and a black and blue mountain bike were stolen.

On Tuesday, August 8, overnight, a blue pedal bike was stolen in the Glenmore Drive area.

Car left burned out

A car was stolen on the North Road between 9.30pm and 9.30am on Friday and found on fire on the green at Laurence's Drive on Saturday at 11.20pm. It was towed away to be examined by gardai.

Trollies taken

Gardai were called to the scene of an incident on Wednesday last at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital.

It was reported that a group of youths were taking metal cage trollies out of the hospital grounds. Gardai spotted a number of youths pushing the trollies before they fled.

However, they have been identified.

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