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10 Aug 2022

Naas burglaries are on the rise

Gardai

Garda warning: Naas burglaries are on the rise

Naas Garda Station

Naas gardai have warned people to be vigilant because of the number of burglaries and attempted burglaries in the Naas area.

There has been a spate of burglaries in the area since the beginning of the month and any information about any of the incident should be reported to the gardai (phone 884300).

Some €2,500 worth industrial tools and a mountain bike  were stolen forma shed at St Joseph's Road, Naas on December 2 and on the same day two males wearing hoodies ran down the stairs and out the back door at a house in Stephenstown Court, Two Mile House, after the occupant returned at 6pm on the same day.

The day before €250 cash was stolen from a house at Ashgrove Crescent and a house in Arconagh was also broken into. The occupant to returned to find the front door jammed and the residence was ransacked.

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