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Linenhall Film Club: Shoplifters

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Linenhall Film Club continues its Spring 2019 programme with Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender, humorous and moving Japanese drama Shoplifters, screening on Tuesday March 26 at 8pm.

Gardaí probe theft at Aran hostel

A sum of money was stolen from a hostel on Inis Mór last week.

Rackhouse Pilfer return to Monroe’s Live

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RACKHOUSE PILFER, acclaimed for their stomping alt.country, bluegrass, and Amerciana, as evidenced by their winning the Hotpress/Jaegermesier Live Band of the Year 2015 award, return to Galway.

Claremorris woman pleads guilty to €60k theft from AIB accounts

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A 59-year-old woman with an address in Claremorris pleaded guilty yesterday to the theft of more that €60,000 from AIB accounts in Tuam.

Text alert system could beat shoplifting and retail scams

Gardaí in Mayo are meeting with chambers of commerce from around the county next week to hopefully set up a new text alert system in a bid to tackle retail theft and scams.

Ten months for stealing charity box

A 36-year-old man who committed a number of thefts around the city, including being caught with a stolen charity collection box stuffed down his trousers, has been sentenced to 10 months in jail.

Retailers warned that shoplifting is costing two million a month in Ireland

ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, has warned retailers to be extra vigilant during the Christmas and New Year period as they are being targeted by organised gangs of shoplifters. The Association outlined that retailers are twice as likely to be victims of shoplifting over the Christmas, as the level of crime rises due to the greater opportunity and the recession.

Retailers warned that shoplifting is costing two million a month in Ireland

ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, has warned retailers to be extra vigilant during the Christmas and New Year period as they are being targeted by organised gangs of shoplifters. The Association outlined that retailers are twice as likely to be victims of shoplifting over the Christmas, as the level of crime rises due to the greater opportunity and the recession.

Mayo farmers urged to protect their metal

Crimestoppers and security company Netwatch have teamed up to raise awareness around the country about the theft of metal. People are being asked to be vigilant and to call Crimestoppers if they see activity that might be linked to metal theft. Metal theft is a crime that affects a wide range of businesses and community organisations. Reported thefts include beer kegs, copper wires, road signs, jewellery, lead roofs and goal posts. There have also been a number of high profile thefts of precious objects including sculptures and religious relics.

Two charged with siphoning off €2,000 worth of diesel

Two Ballybane men have been charged in relation to the siphoning and theft of more than €2,000 worth of diesel from various companies in an industrial estate in Carnmore.

 

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