Pair Charged Over Theft & Fraud In Cork City

Two men have been charged in relation to the theft of a van and a number of fraud incidents in Cork city.

The charges, issued at Cork City District Court on Thursday 07 November, relate to an incident on Wednesday 06 September.

Shortly after 7pm, Gardaí in Watercourse Road received a report that a van was broken into whilst parked on North Monastery Road. A credit card was stolen from the van and was then used at a number of businesses in Cork city.

Gardaí carried out an investigation and arrested two men last night, 06 November. They were detained at Mayfield Garda Station under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.


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