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Brothers accused of €200 shop robbery

TWO brothers have appeared in court charged with robbing a newsagents while armed with a knife.

Terence Brazil (31) and his brother Patrick (40) are alleged to have stolen €200 in cash from the newsagents.

It is also alleged the men were identified as the culprits from CCTV footage.

The men were remanded on bail to appear before the court again on separate dates in September and October for DPP's directions on the charges.

Terence, of Gardiner Place, and Patrick, of Dermot O'Dwyer House, Hardwicke Street, both Dublin 1, appeared before Dublin District Court charged with robbing McNally's newsagents, North Great Denmark Street on August 24.

Garda Kevin Bambrick said it will be alleged that two men entered the shop around 2.30pm and demanded cash.

Gda Bambrick alleged the men were armed with a knife, and they ran away with €200.

Judge Deirdre Gearty remanded the men on bail in their own bonds.

As part of their bail conditions, they must reside at agreed addresses and sign on at their local garda station.

They must also stay away from McNally's shop and have no contact with the alleged injured parties.

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