CAB arrest man for fraud and theft offences in Dublin

CAB arrest man for fraud and theft offences in Dublin

A man has been arrested by the Criminal Assets Bureau in Dublin this morning.

The 38-year-old was arrested in the Saggart area and has been charged with several fraud and theft-related offences.

He is due to appear before a sitting of the Dublin Metropolitan District Court at the Criminal Courts of Justice later this morning.

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