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Aggravated Burglary in Bruff, Co. Limerick

Aggravated Burglary: Bruff, Co. Limerick

Gardaí in Bruff, Co. Limerick are investigating an aggravated burglary at the house of a local service station owner on the 19th of October 2008. Just after 10:10pm the victim pulled into his driveway and as he was about to enter his home he was attacked by several masked men. He was forced inside and had his hands tied with thick cable ties. When his wife returned home, she too was tied up. The raiders were extremely aggressive. One of them carried a knife and the other a shotgun.


They made the man remove cash and jewellery from a house safe and ordered him to go to his business premises and remove cash from the safe there. He was accompanied by 2 men while 2 others stayed in the house with his wife. They travelled in the man’s 4x4 to the service station and back to his house. The raiders made off in the 4x4, which they abandoned at a field behind the victim’s house.


Investigating Gardaí: Bruff Telephone 061 382 940