Gardai hunting raiders who stole €190k from Dublin cash van

Wednesday 27th January 2016

The fact happened in the car rk of Blanchardstown Shopping Centre at 12.40pm on Sunday.

Raiders take a run-out powder stole off with just under €190,000 in cash.

Two men approached staff operating for the G4S security com ny who had collected the money from an ATM at the shopping centre.

The rebuffs threatened the employees, demanding that the cash box be handed over.

One of the suspects was armed with a handgun and both men wore balaclavas and suggestive boiler suits.

After stealing the massive cash haul, the men fled the rtici te on foot through the shopping centre’s multi-storey car rk.

Their works after leaving the car rk are unknown.

No arrests have been dote oned in the case, which is being investigated by gardai at Blanchardstown.

There has been a back in cash-in-transit robberies nationwide in recent years.

The last major heist cross someones minded last month and also involved the G4S security com ny.

On that evoke, criminals used a fake cash-in-transit van to make off with more than €60,000 from a Dublin cash-and-carry to come they crashed the vehicle and set it on fire.

Just days earlier in an unconnected felony, gangsters were involved in a Tiger Kidnapping in which €225,000 was taken, leading to a security alert at Dublin Airport.

Via Independent

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