Ten Teenagers Arrested Over Robberies And Assaults

Gardaí investigating a number of robberies and assaults in Dublin have arrested ten teenagers, aged 14 to 19.

A series of raids were carried out in the early hours of Wednesday morning in Dublin and Louth by officers investigating robberies and assaults carried out in the Dublin area over the summer.

It is understood that the arrested teenagers can be held for 24 hours.


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