Gardaí in Gorey have issued an appeal for information following an aggravated burglary which took place in Camolin…
Gardai have issued an appeal for information following an aggravated burglary in Camolin, Co Wexford, in which this man (pictured below) has been identified as one of the suspects.
The terrifying incident occurred on Sunday, February 21st at approximately 8.30pm. The incident took place on the Limerick Road in Camolin, Wexford.
At approximately 8.30pm, three masked men entered the house and demanded money.
One of these men produced a knife during the incident while another suspect carried a crowbar.
A small quantity of cash and jewellery were taken from the scene, but no persons were injured.
A mother and her two young daughters were in their living room when they heard noises from outside the house.
The raiders then threated to kill the mother as her two children were screaming and crying, as per the Gardai’s official press release.
The suspects then quickly left the premises in a silver or light green metallic Ford Mondeo partial registration number 08–D.
Gardaí are now appealing for anyone with additional information to come forward.
Description of suspects:
Suspect 1 – Armed with a knife, approx. 19-21 years old. 5’9’’ in height approx, with short brown hair, thin build, long face and wearing a green hoodie.
Suspect 2 – Armed with a crowbar.5’9’’ in height approx, wearing a dark grey hoodie and a black/green scarf.
Suspect 3 – Male in his late teens / early 20’s. Slim build and 5’9’’ approx. in height.
Anyone with information can contact Gardaí in Gorey at 053 94 30690, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
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