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Cash In Transit Robbery, Finglas, Dublin 11 on the 26/6/16

Assault at Corkagh Park, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 on the 21/7/16

The Gardaí at Finglas Garda Station are investigating a Cash In Transit Robbery that occurred on Sunday the 26th June 2016, at the Village Inn Public House, Finglas, Dublin 11.

At approximately 2.40pm a security cash in transit van was making a collection at the pub. The security guard entered the premises to make the collection. A white Volkswagen Caddy van registration number 06TS4219, reversed into the car park, directly behind the security van. There were three men in the van.

As the guard returned to the security van with the cash collection, a man exited the Caddy van via the rear door. This man ran towards the guard pointing a gun at him, threatening him demanding that he dropped the cashbox. The man then grabbed the box and ran back to the Caddy. He got into the rear of the van as it drove way turning left onto Cappagh Road and then onto Patrickswell Road. The Caddy was recovered abandoned a short while later at Scribblestown Grove, Finglas, it was completely intact.

Appeal:

• Gardaí are appealing to anyone in the vicinity of the village Inn Between 2pm and 2.45pm on Sunday the 26th of June. Ireland were playing France in the FIFA European Tournament.
• Gardaí are appealing to anyone in Scribblestown Grove, Finglas, as the men abandoned the Caddy.
• Anyone with knowledge as to who had possession of the van from the time it was purchased, the 22nd April 2016 until it turned up at the scene at the Village Inn on the 26th.
• The raider is described as wearing a grey tracksuit with the hood up. He wore a black scarf covering his face and yellow gloves. He is described as average height/build and spoke with a Dublin accent.
 
    Gardaí at Finglas Garda Station are investigating     telephone 01 6667500