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Bank client is accused of lodging stolen €3k cheque


Anthony Hanrahan outside court

Anthony Hanrahan outside court

Anthony Hanrahan outside court

A DUBLIN man on an invalidity pension is alleged to have lodged a stolen cheque worth just over €3,000 with a forged signature to his own bank account for which he was paid €100.

Anthony Hanrahan (60) allegedly lodged the cheque and withdrew the €3,072.

He had the case against him adjourned at Blanchardstown District Court.

Hanrahan, of Castletymon Green, Tallaght, is accused of four charges.

He has not yet indicated how he intends to plead.

Sgt Maria O'Callaghan said it was alleged Hanrahan received a cheque from an unidentified man on June 12 last year.

Hanrahan then allegedly lodged this cheque into his own account. The prosecution maintained he received €100 for doing this.

The case was adjourned the case to July 11.