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18 Aug 2022

Tipperary man feels the heat for stealing 36 bags of coal over two-month period

Tipperary man feels the heat for stealing 36 bags of coal over two-month period

Nenagh Court: Tipperary man feels the heat for stealing 36 bags of coal over two-month period

A Tipperary man stole 36 bags of coal and four bales of eco briquettes from the same store over a two-month period, Nenagh District Court has been told.

Edward Harty, of 8 Parkmore Halting Site, Roscrea, pleaded to stealing €470 worth of coal and eco briquettes valued at €20 from Pat Carroll service station, Carrig Road, Roscrea, on separate dates between February 13, 2021, and March 23, 2021.

Judge Elizabeth MacGrath agreed to a request from Mr Harty’s solicitor, David Peters, to adjourn the matter to September to allow full compensation to be paid.

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