Gardai Investigate Armed Burglary In Cork

Gardai in Cork are investigating an armed burglary in Carrignavar on Wednesday evening.

Three masked men entered a house at Drumboy South at around 9.30pm, and tied up a woman in her 50s.

She was the only person in the house at the time of the attack.

All of the men were wearing balaclavas and one was armed with a rifle.

Money was taken, however the woman was not injured.


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