26 Jun 2022

Cash stolen in burglary of Clonmel church

Gardaí appeal for public's help in tracing the culprit or culprits

Cash stolen in burglary of Clonmel church

A sum of cash was stolen in a burglary at St Oliver’s Church in Clonmel last Friday afternoon.

A Clonmel Garda Station spokesperson said the burglary occurred between 2pm and 5pm on June 3. The church was open when the culprit or culprits entered the place of worship. A door in the church was forced open and cash was stolen.

The Garda spokesperson appealed to anyone who saw a person or persons acting suspiciously in the vicinity of the church last Friday afternoon to contact Clonmel Garda Station at (052) 6177641.

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