HOLE IN THE WALL GANG.
Byline: PAUL CLARKSON
THIEVES stole part of a 200-year-old wall in a busy city centre street early yesterday morning.
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A Garda source said: "Why they wanted this wall is a mystery. Granite is quite rare but what they will do with it we just don't know Don't know (DK, DKed)
"Don't know the trade." A Street expression used whenever one party lacks knowledge of a trade or receives conflicting instructions from the other party. yet.
"It can't be that easy to hide 26 slabs of granite."
More than 24 square metres of the antique granite slabs were taken from the site which was being repaired by building firm Wallace Construction.
It is thought the thieves made off with the stones early yesterday morning after packing them on to a lorry with heavy lifting equipment.
Tim Brick, Dublin Corporation's aptly named Deputy City Engineer, said he could not understand why anyone would steal the wall.
He said: "It is inconceivable that anybody would have so little regard for the city's heritage.
"I don't know what they want if for or what they would do with it."
The Liffey wall ranges in age from 150 to 200 years old. Mr Brick described the stolen granite as "priceless" and difficult to replace or replicate.
Mr Brick added that fortunately a section of wall at Blackhall Place - where a bridge is being built - will help to replace the lost stone.
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