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Armed Robbery at a Filling Station, Clonard, Co Meath 11/1/2010

 The Gardaí at Enfield are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a filling station located at the village of Clonard.

At approximately 7am  on Monday 11th January 2010 two males entered the garage. One male was carrying a side by side double barrelled sawn off shotgun. Both men were dressed in dark clothing and wore balaclavas.

They forced staff and two delivery men into a store room and locked same. They then demanded the keys to the safe from the staff.

The raider’s then stole a large quantity of cash from the safe. It is not known what type of transport was used.

Description of Raiders:

1st male approx. 5ft 8”, slim build wearing black hoodie, black addidas runners and bottoms with a white stripe. He spoke with a Dublin accent.

2nd male approx. 5ft 4”, medium build and wearing all black clothing and white trainers. He also spoke with a Dublin accent.

Gardaí at Enfield Investigating   Telephone 046 954 1002