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Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Tiger raiders missed €20m haul in horror ordeal for couple - City News, National News - Herald.ie

Tiger raiders missed €20m haul in horror ordeal for couple - City News, National News - Herald.ie: "NORTH Dublin crime gang are suspected of carrying out the €170,000 tiger kidnapping of a Brinks Allied director and his wife.
A group of experienced Coolock criminals are believed to have carried out the raid, threatening to kill terrified Shirley Hoyne during the incident.
Despite extensive planning the gang missed at least €20m in cash stored at the Brinks Allied depot in Clonshaugh.
Gardai investigating the robbery have singled out a Coolock outfit as the chief suspects. Members of the gang are known armed robbers, the Herald understands.
Shirley and Bill Hoyne, a senior executive at Brinks Allied, were subjected to a terrifying ordeal at their home in Monasterboice, Co Louth in the incident, which began on Friday evening.
Detectives monitored the handover of the cash, it is understood, but were powerless to do anything until Shirley Hoyne was safely released.
However, officers are confident of making arrests in the coming days."

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