The Gardaí at Mountjoy Garda Station are investigating a cash in transit robbery that occurred on Friday 14th December 2018 at approximately 2.20pm.
The cash in transit security van was making a collection and a delivery to a supermarket on Slaney Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11.
Approximately forty five minutes earlier a white ford transit connect van entered the car park and drove around it a couple of times before parking in a space close to the main door. The security van entered the car park a short time later and parked close to the main door to make a delivery. As the security guard was making his delivery, a man armed with a gun ran from the white connect van, he told the security guard to drop the box which he grabbed and ran back towards the connect van.
The van turned right out of the supermarket onto Slaney Road and continued onto Lagan Road where it abandoned the van in a cul de sac. One of the men grabbed the cash box and ran down steps leading to the old Finglas Road followed shortly by the second man who has set the van on fire. The two men crossed the Ballyboggan Road and into Glasnevin Woods estate.
- Gardaí are seeking witnesses who may have seen the white Ford Transit Connect prior to the incident and in the run up to that date. This van was sold on the 7th November 2018 at west Dublin.
- Any witnesses in Lidl car park who saw the robbery to come forward.
- Any witnesses who saw the suspects in Glasnevin Woods / Tolka Valley Park (or other nearby areas at the time).
- The cashbox has not been recovered.
- Also appealing to retailers to be vigilant of dyed notes being used and report any such transactions.
Gardaí at Mountjoy Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 8600
On this month’s Crimecall Sergeant Graham Kavanagh was in studio to offer advice and tips to the public when dealing with Bogus Callers. Sergeant Kavanagh offered advice on how best to keep yourself and your property safe when dealing with bogus callers.
Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are investigating an Aggravated Burglary that occurred at a hospital on Thursday 27th September 2018 between 2.15am and 2.30am.
The injured party was in a staff office when the suspect entered the room and reached for a handbag on the floor, he produced a knife and threatened the member of staff. The suspect grabbed the bag and fled from the scene.
A detailed EVOFIT was compiled of the suspect who is described as 170cm tall / five foot seven inches in height, gaunt appearance, wearing a blue and red hoody jumper.
Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 9400
Gardaí at Crumlin Garda Station are investigating a robbery incident that occurred on Tuesday 15th January 2019 at approximately 7pm.
The victim was working in a house in the Hillsbrook area of Crumlin and answered a knock on the front door, the suspect purported to be looking for work in the area. As the victim turned to go back in to the house, he was struck from behind several times by the suspect who stole a sum of money from the victim’s wallet. The victim received a number of injuries and received medical attention in hospital.
The suspect is described as being a polish national, 23-30 years old, approximately 175cm in height of average build with dark brown short hair.
Gardaí at Crumlin Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 6200
Gardaí at Bantry are investigating an incident of theft by deception that occurred on Wednesday 23rd January 2019 in Millstreet, Co. Cork at approximately 2pm.
The victim was approached by a male who deceived him into handing over a sum of money on the pretence he required it for a business. (Will get more details)
The suspect is described as 30 years old, five foot nine inches in height, strong build, round face, normal accent, with black wavy hair, wearing a shirt & tie, jacket, trousers and shoes. The suspect may have left the premises in a Black Hyundai Santa Fei with 5 spoke alloy wheels, a hitch and black out windows at rear.
Gardaí at Swords Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 4700
Gardaí at Clontarf Garda Station are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of eighteen year old Dylan Keogh who has been missing from his home since the 10th January 2019.
Dylan has no access to money or a phone. His family are extremely concerned for his safety. Dylan outlined to his family that he was going away for a week and not to worry. He has not returned and on leaving the house he took a black racer bicycle and a black puma school bag with clothes.
Gardaí attached to Clontarf Garda Station are investigating Dylan’s disappearance. As a result of their enquiries, there was a confirmed sighting of Dylan on the Clontarf Road on the 10th January 2019 at approximately 10:30pm.
The Investigation Team have now recovered Dylan’s bicycle which was located on Dollymount Beach (near the wooden bridge). This bicycle was found on the 14th January 2019.
Dylan’s black puma bag was also recovered on Dollymount Beach (near the wooden bridge) and was located on the 11th January 2019. The bag had been on the sand and in an area that the tide had come in.
When Dylan was last seen he was wearing a navy Bruce Lee overalls, black runners and a blue bandana on his head. His last known sighting was on the slipway on the Coast Road, Clontarf, opposite Dublin Bus. He had been in the water and the time was approximately 10pm.
Dylan Keogh frequented the Clontarf Area and would be known to people in this area. He would regularly cycle from Ballymun to this area and swim in the sea.
- Any person who spoke with Dylan during his visits to Clontarf (We would be looking to establish what he was at down here in case there were any other activities etc.).
- Any person who spoke or saw Dylan on 10th \ 11th January 2018, the days of his last known sightings.
- Any person who observed Dylan’s bicycle on Dollymount Beach.
- Any person who observed Dylan’s bag on Dollymount beach.
- Dylan’s flag has not been recovered and it was not in his bag. It is quiet distinctive and any person who may have seen it discarded anywhere.
- Where did Dylan travel to when he was last seen at the slip way. We know there were people walking in the area at the time and we also know that not everyone has come forward.
Gardaí at Clontarf Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 4800
Gardaí at Ronanstown Garda Station are re-appealing for information in relation to missing person Esra Uyrun (DOB) (01/03/1973) who has been missing from her home at Collinstown Grove, Clondalkin since the 23rd February 2011.
Esra left her home at approximately 7.15am in a silver Renault Twingo registration number 08D23067. This vehicle was located in a car park at the bottom of Bray Head. When last seen Esra was wearing black leggings, a dark top and white Nike trainers. Esra was married and had a two-year-old son at the time of her disappearance.
CCTV captured the Renault Twingo turning right from Convent Avenue onto Strand Road in Bray at approximately 8.40am on the 23rd February 2011. A Skoda car had to swerve to avoid a collision. The Renault then moved into the left hand side of the road and pulled in to allow the Skoda to overtake it. They both continued down Strand Road in the direction of Bray Head. Later that morning the silver Renault Twingo car was captured on CCTV parked at the car park at the bottom of Bray Head. There has been no activity on her bank accounts or her Facebook page since the 23rd February 2011
Gardaí at Ronanstown Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 7700
Gardaí at Santry Garda Station are investigating the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of missing person, forty one year old Jon Jonsson who has not been seen since Saturday 9th February 2019.
Jon, originally from Iceland, travelled to Ireland on Friday 8th and checked into the Bonnington Hotel where a poker tournament was taking place. Jon was joined by his partner on the Saturday who was also attending the tournament. Jon’s partner left their bedroom on Saturday morning to get a coffee followed shortly by Jon, who was captured on the hotel’s CCTV in the lobby. Jon left the hotel and walked onto the Swords road in the direction of the Airport. Jon left his passport and phone behind in the hotel room.
A number of extensive searches have been carried out and Jon’s photograph has been circulated in the media. His partner, family and friends are extremely concerned for his safety and wellbeing and are appealing to the public for their assistance.
- Jon Jonsson was last seen on the Swords Road close to the junction with Collins Avenue at 11.07am on 09/02/2019. It is out of character for Mr Jonsson to go missing like this. He is a family man with young children back at home in Iceland. His family are very concerned for his welfare. He is in Ireland with his partner to attend the Irish Poker Tournament.
- Appeal to anyone who was in the area of Swords Road/Collins Avenue at that time that may have seen Mr Jonsson.
- Appeal to anyone in the transport industry who may have provided transport for Mr Jonsson.
- Mr Jonsson is known to frequent Casinos, we appeal to anyone who may have seen Mr Jonsson at a casino
- Appeal to any persons who provide accommodation in Dublin Hotels/B&B’s, have they seen Mr Jonsson
- Appeal to any land owners close to the area where Mr Jonsson went missing.
- Appeal to anyone at the Bonnington Hotel where Mr Jonsson was staying to contact us if they came into contact with Mr Jonsson on the night of 8th Feb and morning of 9th Feb to contact us.
Gardaí at Santry Garda Station are investigating tel: (01) 666 4000
Gardaí at Mullingar are investigating the case of missing person fifty one year old Sean Bond, who was last seen at Greenpark Meadows, Mullingar, on 24th December 2017, (Christmas Eve). Sean lived there with his partner and four children after moving from Walkinstown in Dublin in 2000.
On Christmas Eve at 11.30 am Sean drove his partner and children by car to a shopping centre at Fairgreen, Mullingar town, and was to collect them at 3.30pm. At approximately 11.40am one of his daughters called him to collect her. Sean collected his daughter and granddaughter driving them back home. He remained in the family home for approximately twenty minutes before leaving at 12.20pm approximately. He was driving a green coloured Peugeot 307 five door hatchback registration 06WH824.
On Christmas day, Sean’s partner contacted Mullingar Gardaí station and reported him missing. Later the same day at 1.30pm Sean’s car was discovered parked at Lynn Point, on the shores of Lough Ennel, Mullingar. The car was unlocked, the car key was on the floor inside the driver’s door.
Extensive searches were conducted of the lake and surrounding area. Unfortunately Sean wasn’t found and there have been no sightings of him since.
Description of Sean:
Green Barbour Jacket
Navy Jumper and dark coloured jeans.
- Sean’s car was a distinctive green coloured Peugeot 307 hatchback. He travelled approximately 2Km from his home and parked beside Lough Ennell at an area known locally as Butlers Bridge, by 3pm on Christmas Eve. Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have seen Sean’s car to come forward.
- The weather was dry on the day of Sean’s disappearance. There were a number of persons and families walking in the Lough Ennell area at Christmas time. Gardaí are appealing to any persons who may have been in that area on either Christmas Eve or Christmas day who haven’t yet spoken the GardaÍ to make contact with.
- Gardaí are appealing to any person(s) who may have had contact with Sean on Christmas Eve or Christmas day in 2017 or at any time since to come forward.
Gardaí at Mullingar Garda Station are investigating tel: +353 44 9384016
Gardaí from the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau were in studio to offer advice to the public on how to prevent becoming a Money Mule, which is a term given to people who help criminals launder cash gained from criminal activities by using their own personal bank accounts to “clean” the money.
A large sum of money is usually deposited which is then deposited into several different criminal accounts. The vast majority of people targeted are young, particularly men aged between 18-25, who may answer an advertisement for work through social media and are often unaware that they are teaming up with criminals and committing an offence and may be prosecuted. Criminals use the internet as an easy way to recruit money mules. They use popular social media sites to advertise and attract potential mules, they request people’s bank details in exchange for a sum of money. These messages are often disguised as a job.
On this month’s Crimecall Garda Derek Cloughley was in studio to discuss the non-use of safety belts and the use of mobile phones by motorists. At least 1 in 5 vehicular fatalities were not wearing a safety belt at the time of the collision and this figure may rise as investigations progress. The outcomes in some of these collisions could have been so different. During 2018, detections for non-use of safety belts rose by 5% compared to 2017 (approximately 11,500).
Mobile phone detections rose by 9% in 2018 compared to 2017 and remains the second highest detected offence by AGS (approximately 31,000).