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17 Nov 2023 10:27 AM
A business premises on the outskirts of Kilkenny City was targeted by criminals who forcibly entered the property and stole a number of the high value items.
The premises on the Freshford Road was entered sometime between 1.30pm on Saturday and 8.30pm on Monday.
Locks were broken off the front gate and access gained to the property.
A “Brian James” Tri axle silver flatbed trailer was stolen, along with a Boshackel 6.5 ton chain and shackles and apparatus which are all high value items.
Gardai in Kilkenny are investigating. Anyone with CCTV/dashcam in the area or anyone has any knowledge of the whereabouts of above items or offered them for sale, contact Kilkenny gardaí on (056) 7775000.
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