Four Charged In Connection With Post Office Robbery

Four people have appeared in court charged in connection with a post office robbery in Clogherhead, Co Louth.

Three men, one armed with a firearm, entered a post office and threatened staff on 03 May. The suspects fled the scene with a large amount of cash.

Gardaí investigating the incident arrested three men, aged 30, 33 and 42 along with a 23-year-old woman on 1 August.

Further searches were carried out in the Drogheda district in connection with the investigation.


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