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This Month

  • Murder of Owen Maughan, in Castlebar, 18th December 2013

    On the 18th of December at around 3:30pm 29-year-old Owen Maughan was at a petrol station on Moneen Road, Castlebar, County Mayo. He was filling up a water canister at his car when he was shot a number of times. The shots were fired from a graphite grey BMW 330 estate that then sped off in the direction of Claremorris. Owen Maughan was rushed to Mayo General hospital where he was pronounced dead at 8pm that evening.

    Owen was twenty-nine years old, married and living with his wife in Castlebar, in a campsite close to the garage where he was killed.

    'The people who done this to my husband, they not only took my husband, they took my best friend, in a matter of minutes. They need to be convicted for this brutal, cold-blooded murder of my husband.'
    - Anne, wife of Owen Maughan

    Appeal:

    • Do you have any information about the murder of Owen Maughan?
    • Did you see the BMW Estate car parked at the former Clarion Hotel at Dublin Airport between the 6th-13th of December? It was stolen during this time period.
    • Did you see the BMW Estate anywhere between the 13th - 18th of December?
    • Were you asked to make up the clone plate 09-D-30024 for this car? The real registration on the stolen car was 06-G-3981.
    • Did you see anything suspicious in the Derryvohey area where the BMW Estate was burnt out on the 18th of December?

  • Patrick Douglas Missing since January 5th, 2014

    64 year-old Patrick Douglas was last seen on Sunday, the 5th of January 2014. Originally from the inner city, Patrick has been living in Coolock for over thirty years. He lives there with his wife and two grown children. When he left his home he did not have his phone or wallet with him.

    Patrick is described as 64 years old, 5'10" in height, medium build, with a Dublin accent. He was wearing the brown leather jacket he is wearing in the CCTV image, dark trousers and black runners.
    Last sightings of Patrick by friends and family on Sunday the 5th January (approximate times)

    • 12:00 on the 27 Bus heading in the city centre direction. Patrick told a friend he was heading to Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Sean McDermott Street.
    • 3:30 - 3:40pm Patrick chatted to some friends outside the Xtravision in Fairview, Dublin 3.
    • 5pm Patrick was seen at a bus stop outside Gandon House on Amien Street (the side going out of town).

      Appeal:
    • Have you seen Patrick Douglas?
    • Do you have any information in relation to his disappearance?

  • Bank Raid Enniscorthy, County Wexford, 7th February 2014

    At 3:30am a patrol car was at Enniscorthy Garda station for dispatch when Gardaí heard an explosion in the town. Gardaí drove to Rafter Street where they saw a high-powered black estate, possible an Audi A4, outside the ATM machine at the Ulster Bank.

    A man approached the patrol car and fired a shot. Two other men ran from the bank. The three raiders got away with a quantity of cash in a high-powered car and made their getaway down Rafter Street and turned left onto Weaver Street and across the Ross Road.

    Appeal:

    • Did you see a dark coloured Audi A4 Estate in the area on the night? Gardaí believe the car was a 01-'07 model with roof bars, a sunroof and alloy wheels. It was last seen travelling at speed on the Ross Road.
    • Do you have any information to help Gardaí solve this crime?

  • Raid on an Antique Shop in Tullamore, Co. Offaly

    On the 5th of December at around 9:30 in the morning, the owner of an antique shop in Cloncollig, Tullamore was opening up for the day when a blue Renault Leguna pulled up outside. Two men, their faces covered, wearing hoods got out of the car and went into the shop. One was armed with a handgun. The men threatened the owner with the gun, demanding cash and breaking into the display cases, started to steal the jewellery. They kept the owner at gunpoint on the floor. The raiders made their getaway, abandoning the car about a quarter of a mile from the shop. The raiders got away with a significant quantity of cash and jewellery.

    The raiders were well covered up in the raid but they were driving a Blue Renault Leguna, registration number 99D974. It had been sold in October 2013 with false registration details. The car was abandoned after the raid in Chancery Lane, less than half a mile from the scene of the crime.

    Appeal:

    • Did you have any information on the blue Renault Leguna, from October the 19th to December the 5th when the raid took place?

  • Burglary at a family home in Trim, Co. Meath

    On the evening of Saturday the 4th of January a man broke into a family home in Trim, County Meath. The parents and their children were in the house at the time. The mother was putting the kids to bed before the couple were due to go out for dinner. The husband was watching TV at the front of the house. They were expecting a family member to call, who would normally come to the kitchen door, so when they heard a noise at the back of the house, at first it didn't alarm them.

    But when the husband went into the kitchen a stranger confronted him. The man gave chase, the burglar pulled a knife on him and threatened to stab him.

    Appeal:

    • The man worked with Gardaí to generate a CD, composite drawing or Photo Fit of the intruder. Can you help identify anyone from that Photo Fit?

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