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29 Sept 2022

Tipperary gardaí investigate alleged knife incident during Nenagh public order incident

File being prepared for the DPP

Tipperary gardaí investigate alleged knife incident during Nenagh public order incident

The gardaí in Nenagh are investigating an incident in which a knife is alleged to have been produced

The Gardaí are investigating a reported breach of public order in a housing estate in Nenagh during which a knife was allegedly produced.

The incident is said to have occurred in the Coille Bheithe estate, St Conlon’s Road, on Sunday last.

A file on the matter is being prepared for the DPP.

Gardaí are seeking information in relation to the person, or persons, behind graffiti that was sprayed on a wall of a property at Grange, Nenagh, on Tuesday of last week.

On the same date a quantity of cabling was stolen in Rearcross between 2pm and 2.30pm. Gardaí are appealing for information.

On Wednesday morning of last week members of the Divisional Drugs Unit seized a quantity of cannabis herb in Sarsfield Street, Nenagh. A male was arrested.

Meanwhile, gardaí are investigating an incident in which a car was broken into and items stolen from the vehicle at Stereame Retail Park in Nenagh at 8pm on Monday, May 13.

On Saturday last a male was arrested in Dolla at 4am on suspicion of being in charge of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

A female was arrested in Silver Street, Nenagh, on Monday afternoon last on suspicion of being intoxicated in a public place.

Also on Monday, a car was stolen from the Ard Mhuire estate in Newport. It was later recovered at Shower, Newport.

An attempted break-in to a house at Beechwood, near Kilruane, occurred on Tuesday last.

Damage was caused to the property in the attempt. Gardaí are appealing for information and urging home owners to be vigilant.

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