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€12,000 TAKEN IN CREDIT UNION RAID

Tuesday January 31 2012

AN ARMED raider made off on foot with €12,000 in cash from Portmarnock Credit Union last Friday after holding up two members of staff and putting a gun to the head of a female customer.

A raider wearing a black coat, a black hoody with the hood obscuring his face, a black tracksuit and yellow gloves, entered the Credit Union building at 5.55 p.m. last Friday, January 27. He grabbed the only customer in the building at the time - a woman in her 50s - and threatened her with a handgun while demanding cash from two female members of staff.

The handgun was tied to the raider's wrist with a string in apparent effort to make sure he could not be disarmed. Fearing for the customer's life, staff co-operated with the armed raider and he made off on foot from the building with €12,000 in cash. The armed robber escaped in the direction of St Anne's Square. Gardaí from Malahide station are now investigating the raid and are examining CCTV footage from the Credit Union. The three witnesses to the crime were understandably shocked but were unharmed in the robbery.

SERIMA1 Security Risk Management
17 Lakelands
Bridgetown
Wexford
Ireland
Phone: 00353 (0)53 9135998
Mobile: 00353 (0)86 4019245
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