15/01/2020

Searches As ATM Thieves Chased Across Border

The PSNI is conducting searches after thieves travelling with an ATM stolen from Co Louth travelled across the border this morning.

The culprits were intercepted on Dunleer Main Street at around 4.30am this morning, Wednesday 15 January, by patrolling members of the Garda Armed Support unit.
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Officers pursued the vehicle onto the N1 before the thieves made their way across the border.

Investigations are ongoing and the PSNI is assisting with searches. No injuries occurred during the incident.



(JG/CM)

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