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Theft at the Bank of Ireland College Green

Bank of Ireland Theft

Gardaí are making an appeal for information in relation to the investigation into the false imprisonment of a Bank of Ireland Employee and his family and the subsequent theft at the Bank of Ireland College Green over the 26th and 27th of February.

On the morning of the incident, the employee’s partner, her mother and a six year old child were left tied up in a blue Peugeot Van which was abandoned at the rear of an empty house in Rath, Ashbourne Co Meath. The house is located at the Ashbourne roundabout opposite the Marriot Hotel.

On the 1st of March at around 8:45pm a black Volkswagen Golf belonging to the family was discovered alight at the rear of Temple Lawns apartments in Northwood in Santry. Gardaí are appealing for any information regarding the movements of this car from Friday the 27th of February until Sunday evening the 1st of March.

The bank employee’s Red Toyota Celica was discovered burnt out at the rear of River Gardens apartment complex in Glasnevin Village at around 11am on the morning of the 27th of February. It was driven from Clontarf dart station around 8am and Gardaí are appealing for information as to its whereabouts until it was discovered at River Gardens. Did anyone see people fleeing the scene?

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses who may have seen suspicious activity outside Portland Lough apartments on the morning of the incident between 7am and 8am. The apartments are situated between Croke Park and Dorset Street.

If anyone has any information in relation to the false imprisonment at the family’s home in Kilteel over the 26th and 27th of February and the subsequent theft at the Bank of Ireland in College Green they should contact the Pearse Street Incident Room at 01 666 9026.