Gardaí at Drogheda Garda Station are investigating a robbery that occurred at the Funtasia Casino on the Donore Road on Sunday 21st August, 2016.
At around 6pm, two members of staff had just started their evening shift when four masked and armed men entered the Casino through a side door. Three of the men made their way to the cash kiosk while another stood watch at the door. They threatened customers and told them not to move. One of the raiders demanded the cash float from the staff. The raiders broke the door of the cash kiosk and filled a green plastic bag with notes and coins. All four raiders then fled from the Casino through the side door.
The raiders wore grey and black clothing
One wore a Halloween mask
They all spoke with local accents
One raider wore distinctive trainers with luminous green laces
Gardaí at Drogheda Garda Station are investigating. Telephone 041 9874200
Gardaí at Clondalkin Garda Station are appealing for information in relation to an assault on a woman that occurred on the morning of Thursday 21st July, 2016.
At approximately 10.45am a woman entered Corkagh Park for a morning run. She had run the park before and she knew her lap well. It was one of the warmest days of the summer. As she ran past the baseball field towards the Cherrywood Estate she noticed a man walking towards her. He was wearing a winter style jacket with the hood up and appeared to be looking down at his mobile phone as he walked past her. As the woman ran by the baseball fields for a second time she noticed the same man running across the fields. His jacket was now open with the hood down. As she made her way by the Cherrywood Estate towards the lakes he grabbed her from behind and pushed her towards the shrubbery close to the path. She screamed and the man put his hand over her mouth and attempted to drag her into the bushes. The woman continued to scream and struggle, using her right elbow to push him off. The attacker then fled, running across a bridge towards the baseball fields. A man who had was in the park came to the woman's aid and the called the Gardaí.
The attacker was wearing a dark winter style jacket with dark bottoms and a black t-shirt with a gold emblem
Approximately five foot in height of very slim build with a tanned face
In his late twenties or early thirties
Gardaí at Clondalkin Garda Station are investigating. Telephone 01 667600
Bridget Madigan is a 38 year old from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. She was reported missing on 15th June this year by her family. They have not seen or heard from Bridget since February and are extremely worried for her welfare. An extensive Garda investigation was carried out and established that Bridget had not collected her social welfare payments since February nor had she attended her local pharmacy for her medication. Her medical card has not been used.
Gardaí have also carried out enquiries in the United Kingdom as Bridget was known to have connections there. She has not travelled on any airline or ferry since February.
An Garda Síochána and Bridget's family are extremely worried about her safety and well-being and are appealing to her friends and associates or anyone with information in relation to her disappearance to come forward.
Bridget's mother Margaret spoke on Crimecall appealing to anyone with information to come forward.
Gardaí at Clonmel Garda Station are investigating. Telephone 052 6177640
Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are appealing for information in relation to an assault that occurred on Thursday 18th August 2016 at Golden Bridge Industrial Estate, Dublin 8.
Between the hours of 6am and 7am, the injured party was working in the Industrial Estate unloading his vehicle when he heard a male shouting from an apartment block at Oblate View, Inchicore, Dublin 8. A few moments later, a man appeared in front of the injured party and began shouting at him. This man then punched the injured party into the face and eyes a number of times causing him to fall onto the ground. As he was on the ground he saw a second man appear who began to kick him. The males then fled the scene. The injured party in the case received serious injuries to his face including three broken teeth, broken bone in his nose, a fractured eye socket and is in danger of losing his eye.
Six foot tall
Well built, approx 45-50 years old
Black hair with grey streak, and spoke with a strong Dublin accent
Wearing a white vest with blue jeans
The second suspect is described as:-
5 foot 8 inches
Approx 18-20 years old
Wearing a blue jacket, blue tracksuits bottoms and blue cap
Gardaí at Kevin Street Garda Station are investigating. Telephone 01 6669400
Gardaí at Blanchardstown Garda Station are appealing for information in relation to a robbery that occurred on Wednesday 20th July 2016 at approximately 6.15pm.
The injured party was walking in Rathmore Village, Tyrellstown, Dublin 15 when he was approached by two men. One of the men stated that he had a knife and told the injured party to drop his phone which he did. The two men then pushed the injured party to the ground and punched him several times resulting in minor injuries.
Blonde dreadlocks with black roots
Wearing a black waterproof jacket
Rugged Beard, moles and large freckles covering face
Wearing all black clothing
Gardaí at Blanchardstown Garda Station are investigating. Telephone 01 6667000
On this month's Crime Prevention segment, Sergeant Kelvin Courtney spoke about An Garda Síochána's new Anti-Assault Campaign which is aimed at young men between the ages of 18-39.
According to the Garda Analysis Service, the vast majority of assaults are carried out by males aged between 18 and 39 against males of a similar age, and typically take place in and around public places (street, roads, pubs and hotels) between 8pm and 5am at the weekend. Perpetrators of assaults tend not to repeat the crime and there is a very low level of repeat victimisation.
Rosie Dolan spoke to Crimecall about the death of her 20 year old son Andrew, who tragically died after an unprovoked assault in Mullingar 2011.