Man charged after attempted child abduction in Monaghan

Man charged after attempted child abduction in Monaghan

A man has been charged after an attempted child abduction in Monaghan.

The 34-year-old year appeared before a special sitting of Cavan District Court last night.

On Saturday evening an Opel Zaifira car was stolen from outside a business premises in Clones.

A ten-year-old child was in the vehicle at the time.

The child was found unharmed a short time later, and Gardai recovered the vehicle and arrested a man in connection with the incident in Cavan town sometime later.

The man charged will be back in court this Friday.


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