Gardaí investigate alleged sex attack at teenage disco

Gardaí investigate alleged sex attack at teenage disco

Gardaí are probing an alleged sex attack on a girl at a disco in Limerick which was billed as “Munster’s biggest disco for third year and transition year students”, writes David Raleigh.

Gardaí confirmed they are investigating an allegation of a sex assault on the 17-year-old.

The alleged attack is said to have taken place at Limerick Racecourse last Friday night.

A spokesperson said: “No arrests have been made."

The source added: "We have spoken to the girl. The incident is alleged to have occurred in the premises of the racecourse on Friday night. The disco took place between 9pm and midnight and there would have been up to 1,500 young people in attendance."

A poster advertising the Sinbin Teen Events disco offers attendees “three floors and six massive parties”.

Alcohol is not served at the event.

Gardaí did not disclose details of the alleged sex assault.

Detectives at Roxboro Road garda station Limerick, are appealing for information at 061 214340.


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