On November the 1st, at around 4:30pm two men out shooting in Mayne, Clonee Co Meath, discovered a human arm.
Over the next two days more body parts were found, fingerprints identified the remains as those of 37-year old Christopher Gaffney from Blanchardstown who had been missing since 29th of September.
Do you have any information on Christophers Gaffneys murder?
Did you see Christopher Gaffney after the 29th September 2013?
At 5:30pm on Friday the 4th of October, a raid occurred at a cruiser company at Killinure Point, County Westmeath. Three men arrived in a Ford Mondeo; two ran into the building, the driver waited outside. While one man held the company employee at knifepoint, the other man searched for cash. The men got away with a substantial amount of money. They drove twenty two and a half km from the scene then abandoned and burnt out their getaway car at Newtown Ballymore.
The car used in the burglary was a dark coloured (navy) Ford Mondeo, with a 01 DL registration number. It was a 4 door saloon with 2 allow 5 spoke wheels on the front and 2 steel black wheels without hubcaps on back.
On the 24th July 2013 at around 3.30 p.m. a delivery van pulled onto the Jamestown Road. It parked up outside a shop. Around the same time a blue Nissan Primera pulled up and three men jumped out and started shouting at the driver. One man was carrying a golf club and hit the driver a number of times, he also threatened to stab him. The other two men started grabbing cigarettes from the van. The raiders got away with cigarettes worth a considerable amount of money. CCTV in the area reveals that the raiders had been following the van as it went about its afternoon deliveries.
On the 15th April last, a woman received an email, which appeared to be from her bank, asking her to update her personal details and provide her account and PIN numbers for verification. She believed the email was genuine and filled in her details via a link on the email. Two days later 5000 was transferred from her bank account to another account. Over the next two days over 3500 was withdrawn from that other account from ATM machines, Post Offices and shops around Dublin.
Garda tracked the transactions on the account and through CCTV analysis have identified footage of a man at two shops in Dublin using the card on the account to make purchases.
Fraud Prevention Tips:
Always protect your identity
If you think you may be a victim of a phising attack:
Always remember your bank will never send you an email requesting your bank security details.
Do not share your password with anyone.
Do not open emails attachments from people you dont know.
Be wary of clicking on links, they can lead to false sites.
Review Check your credit card and bank statements regularly