27 Sept 2022

Tipperary gardaí find people in pub despite Covid-19 closure order

Publicans warned about further raids

The gardaí in Nenagh are warning local pub owners that inspections will be carried out following the recent Government request over licensed premises during the Covid-19 crisis.​

Most publicans are adhering to the request and have closed for business in the interest of safety.

However, gardaí reportedly found people drinking in a pub in the town of Nenagh during an inspection last Monday.

A garda spokesperson said inspections of public houses will continue in Nenagh and district, and follow-up action will be taken where necessary.​

Elsewhere, gardaí are advising people who drive to walking locations to not leave valuable items in unattended vehicles. This follows break-ins to four vehicles at Doonane, Newport, last Friday evening. Items were stolen from one of the vehicles.​

Gardaí are also investigating the theft of batteries from a yard in Ballinderry last Tuesday week, St Patrick's Day.

Also on St Patrick's Day, a male was arrested on suspicion of drink driving following a traffic accident on Grove St, Roscrea, at around 8pm.

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