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Cig machine and register lifted in Clare village shop raid

GARDAÍ are seeking the public’s help in identifying a car which is thought to have been used in a South East Clare burglary.
A shop in Broadford was broken into in the early hours of last Thursday morning and a cigarette machine and the drawer of the cash register stolen. A silver Audi is believed to have been used in the incident, and gardaí are appealing to anybody with information to contact them.
Clare Crime Prevention Officer Sergeant Triona Brooks explains that the break-in to the shop on the main street of Broadford village occurred between 3.30am and 3.45am on Thursday morning, June 24. “The shutter mechanism was interfered with and the front door was smashed in. The cigarette machine was forced off the wall and stolen along with the drawer of the cash register. A silver Audi A3 five door vehicle was believed to be used in this burglary. If anyone was in the area between 3am and 4am and saw this vehicle or anyone who may have dash cam footage or anyone who may have any information in relation to this crime we are asking them to contact Killaloe Garda Station on 061 620540,” she said.

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