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January 29

Adrian Donohoe

The Gardaí at Howth Garda Station are appealing for information in relation to an aggravated burglary in Sutton, which occurred at a family home on Wednesday, the 21st November 2012 at approximately 8.25am.


On the morning of the burglary the mother was returning home from dropping her children to school when she was confronted in her doorway by two men.  The men forced their way into the house.  The two raiders threatened her; one was armed with a carving knife.  They tied her up, demanding cash.  The raiders made their getaway with a quantity of cash, the woman managed to free herself and raise the alarm.


The raiders used a grey BMW 5 Series, Registration number 04 D 8653, which was stolen during a burglary in Celbridge, Co. Kildare.  They drove to Lauders Lane, Sutton where they transferred to a second car, described as a dark navy saloon type car.


Description of Raiders:


Raiders 1: Five foot ten to six foot inches in height, in his mid 30’s, fair/red hair tight shaved and he wore a baseball hat and a light coloured top.


Raider 2: He described to be slightly shorter than raider one, in his early 40’s, wearing a dark top and was also wearing a baseball cap.


Appeal:


• Gardaí are appealing to anyone who might have any information in relation to the Grey BMW 5 Series and where it was prior to it been used for the burglary in Sutton on the morning of the 21st November 2012.

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone who was in the vicinity of the Greenfield Road area between the hours of 7am and 9am on the morning of the burglary, please come forward.

• Anyone who may have seen the grey BMW and a dark coloured saloon car, seen together or separately in the Sutton area, to come forward. The dark coloured car bore registration number 07D, with the numbers 18 included in the registration.

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone who seen the raiders abandon the BMW and transfer into the dark saloon car at Lauders Lane to come forward.

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone who noticed any suspicious activity in the area weeks prior to the burglary to come forward.


Gardaí at Howth Garda Station are investigating                  Telephone 01 666 4900

Adrian Donohoe

The Gardaí at Lucan Garda Station are investigating the false imprisonment and robbery that occurred at Font Hill Retail Park on Tuesday the 11th December 2012.


On the night of the 11th December 2012 the manager of the store finished work and while driving into his housing estate a car reversed out in front of him. The manager beeped his horn at the car. A man came up to the side of the car door and pulled him out of the car and then a second man appeared.


The manager was then put in the back seat of his own car. One of the raiders sat in the back with him while the other raider drove. Both were armed with handguns. They made the manager put his head down so he couldn’t see them, and the raiders then told the manager that they had his family. The car the men had been in was a Ford Fiesta metallic red/wine.


They drove into the car park of the shop the man works in. They drove around to the rear of the store. The store was still open; it was open until 11pm. The raiders then forced the manager to phone the assistant manager and tell them to go to the back door and open up for him.


When the Assistant Manager opened the door the manager and two armed raiders met him. They got him to bring them straight to the cash room. They continued to hold the manager, assistant manager and another staff member there. They demanded the contents of the safe. The raiders managed to get the contents of the cash flow safe and also bags of coin.


An Audi was seen in the estate where the manager lives and also seen by a witness at the Liffey Valley estate. An Audi was seen speeding off from the Liffey Valley estate. Gardaí believe this was the same Audi, the getaway car.  This car was taken in a very violent aggravated burglary in Goatstown on Sat night into Sun morning the 8th/9th of December.


APPEAL:


• Gardaí are appealing to anyone who might have seen the AUDI S3 + FIESTA in the Lucan/ Fonthill Retail Park on the day.

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone who might have seen people sitting in the Fiesta or Audi in the retail park?

• If anyone seen the Audi in the days preceding the robbery to come forward?


Gardaí at Lucan Garda Station are investigating             Telephone 01 666 7300

Paul Byrne

Gardaí at Balbriggan Garda Station are appealing for information on missing person Paul Byrne (DOB 31/12/1987) from The Cottage, Sandylane, Rush, Co. Dublin who has been missing since 25th December 2012.


Twenty five year old Paul was last seen on Christmas Eve. He was in his house with friends and he went to bed at around midnight and left everyone else up. On Christmas morning Paul sent a text to his girlfriend. His friends knocked on his bedroom door at approximately 2.30pm as they were going for Christmas dinner in another friend’s house, they could hear him inside his room but they didn’t see him. His friends returned at 6pm to see if Paul was there but his bedroom door was locked.


Paul was last seen wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and dark Ralph Lauren jacket, a navy hoodie with a pocket on the right arm. And he wore a Ralph Lauren jacket that his girlfriend had given him on Christmas Eve.


Gardaí at Balbriggan Garda Station are investigating             Telephone 01 802 0510

Adrian Donohoe

The Gardaí at Dundalk Garda Station are appealing for information in relation to the murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohue on Friday, the 25th January 2013.


Detective Garda Donohue was carrying out a cash escort at Lordship Credit Union on Friday evening and was fatally wounded by an armed raider who carried out a robbery at the premises.


Superintendent David Taylor was in studio to appeal to members of the public who may have information about this incident to come forward.


Gardaí at Dundalk Garda Station are investigating                Telephone 042 9388400

Stephan Corrigan

The Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are re-appealing for information for the whereabouts of the disappearance of Stephan Corrigan, (DOB 08/06/1963). Stephan is a patient at The Weir Home, Cork Street and failed to return there on the 22nd November 2010.


Stephen Corrigan is 48 years old, when last seen he was wearing a long brown winter coat. He is described as 5'11" in height, of medium build with long blonde hair.  He has blue eyes.  He suffers from mental health issues and has a tendency to withdraw himself from society and has been known to live on the streets.  He has been known to spend time around Glasnevin. 


Mr. Corrigan has not come to the attention of Gardaí and all other enquiries up to now have been unsuccessful, staff and family are extremely concerned for his well being.
 

Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are investigating                            Telephone 01 666 9400