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07 Oct 2022

Tipperary gardaí urge car owners to be vigilant after Newport incident

Businesses are warned over counterfeit €50 notes

Tipperary gardaí  urge car owners to be vigilant after Newport incident

The gardaí in the Nenagh Division are urging car owners to be vigilant following Newport incident

The gardaí are urging car owners to be vigilant after a car was damaged at Doonane, Toor, Newport, on Tuesday of last week while the owner had gone for a walk in the local woods.

In other crime, gardaí suspect someone was trying to gain access to the vehicle to commit a theft.

A male was arrested in Yewston, Nenagh, on Wednesday night of last week for a suspected breach of public order.

Gardaí have warned people to be on the lookout after a counterfeit €50 was proffered at a business premises in Moneygall on Saturday last.

A male was arrested at the Tesco store in Nenagh on Friday night last on suspicion of theft a breach of public order.

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