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EUR250,000 gang raid appeal.

Byline: By OLIVIA KELLEHER

GARDAI have renewed an appeal over a EUR250,000 warehouse raid in which four workers were tied up.

The robbers took computer equipment, perfume and sports clothing.

Three raiders used duct tape to tie the hands and feet of staff and ordered them to lie on the floor.

The workers were not injured at the depot of courier firm Securispeed at Brooklodge East, near Glanmire, Co Cork.

But they were left badly shaken by the raid between 3am and 5am on October 31.

The gang got away in vehicles owned by the firm including a gold-and-red Isuzu Trooper, registration 89 C 17846, and a white Scania rigid truck, registration 98 D 73143, which has yet to be found.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 12, 2007
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