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Robbery at a Bank at Oldcastle Co Meath

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Gardaí in Oldcastle are investigating an armed robbery that took place at a bank in the town on Friday the 30th of January last. Two masked men entered the bank. One of the men was armed with a shotgun and the other a knife. The gunman pointed his weapon at staff and customers in the bank while his accomplice took money from the cashier’s desk. They fled the scene in a silver Seat Leon car in the direction of Castlepollard.


The gunman was described as around 5ft10in in height and broadly built. He wore a full-length fluorescent jacket, with a hood and a black balaclava and black trousers.


The other raider carried an 8inch knife. He was 5ft 7in in height with an average build. He wore a sleeveless florescent jacket, light grey hoodie and a black balaclava.

Investigating Gardaí:Kells Telephone 046 928 0820