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Theft of Finnegan Whiskey on the 5/2/11

Theft of Finnegan Whiskey

The Gardaí at Carlingford Garda Station are investigating the theft of a consignment of Finnegan Whiskey that was stolen from a distillery at Cooley, Co. Louth.  On the 5th February 2011, a forty foot container loaded with 3,150 cases of Finnegan’s Whiskey was stolen from the yard after a white truck entered the premises and left with the container.  The trailer was later recovered in Richardstown, Dunleer, Co. Louth.  

Finnegan Whiskey is not available on the Irish market.  The label on the front of each bottle is in the English language and the label on the rear of each bottle is in the French Language, except the actual words “Finnegan Finest Irish Whiskey.  The bottles were stocked in brown cardboard boxes labelled “Finnegan Irish Whiskey” and “Uisce Beatha”.  Each box contained six bottles.


                                      Omeath Garda Station            042 9375175