Two arrested after wax heads stolen from Dublin museum
A man and a woman have appeared in court.
Two people have been arrested after three wax heads were stolen from a museum in Dublin.
Irish police investigating a report of stolen property from the Dublin Wax Museum said a man and a woman, both aged in their thirties, had been stopped while carrying one of the wax heads and detained.
The other two heads were recovered by members of the public.
‘Where ye ‘heading’ with that’...3 wax heads stolen— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) August 22, 2019
yesterday from the Wax Museum in Dublin. 2 recovered by staff with assistance
from members of the public. Gardaí from Pearse St stopped male & female
with the 3rd wax head. Both arrested & HEADING to court. #WaxOnWaxOff pic.twitter.com/xzTB7Mhs6f
The pair appeared before the Courts of Justice on Thursday.
A spokesman for gardai at Pearse Street station said: “This matter is before the courts and we are not in a position to comment further.”