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Criminals set up dummy accounts in names of people from Belfast and elsewhere

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Raid: The hole left after a cash machine was torn from the wall in one of a spate of ATM thefts across Northern Ireland and border counties of the Republic

Raid: The hole left after a cash machine was torn from the wall in one of a spate of ATM thefts across Northern Ireland and border counties of the Republic

Raid: The hole left after a cash machine was torn from the wall in one of a spate of ATM thefts across Northern Ireland and border counties of the Republic

Dozens of fake companies linked to the gang responsible for the kidnap and torture of Kevin Lunny were registered in Northern Ireland to individuals claiming to own businesses that didn’t exist.

Three people were found guilty of involvement in the horrific attack this week, and both the PSNI and Garda have vowed to continue the hunt for the rest of the gang involved in intimidating the directors of Quinn Industrial Holdings, since renamed Mannok.


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