Gardaí appealing for witnesses following Cash-in-Transit robbery in Templeogue

Gary Ibbotson 28 Nov 2022

Gardaí at Terenure are appealing for witnesses following a cash in transit (CIT) robbery in Templeogue, Dublin, on Saturday, November 26.

In a statement, a Garda spokesperson said: “At approximately 6:20pm, two men approached and threatened a cash-in-transit security staff member outside shopping centre on Orwell Road.

“They entered the CIT van and removed a safe with an angle grinder before leaving the scene in a silver saloon car.

“None of the security personnel were physically harmed in the course of the incident. The safe contained a undisclosed sum of cash.

“The car, described as a silver Ford Focus, was later discovered burnt out at Dunree Park, Coolock, Dublin 5.

“An Garda Síochána at Terenure are appealing for witnesses to come forward.”

They are particularly appealing to motorists with dash-cam and to those with video footage, from Orwell Shopping Centre / Orwell Road area at the time the incident or with footage of the car as it left the area, to make it available to them.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Terenure Street Garda Station 01-6666400 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.

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