New Store Robbed On First Day Of Trading

An investigation is underway after a shop in Kildare was burgled after it closed on its first day of trading.

JYSK, a new homewares store, opened on Tuesday at Newhall Retail Park in Naas. Just hours after the store closed following its first day of trading, criminals broke into the shop through its roof, some time between 1am and 5am.

It is understood that a number of items where stolen during the robbery but were discovered nearby by garda.

No arrests have been made and garda have appealed to anyone with information, or who may have witnessed any suspicious activity in the area to contact them.

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