Man charged in relation to with fuel thefts in Dublin and Kildare

Man charged in relation to with fuel thefts in Dublin and Kildare

A man in his late 20s is due in court tomorrow morning charged in connection with fuel thefts in Dublin and Kildare.

20 thefts were reported in which a vehicle was refuelled before being driven away without payment.

Gardaí arrested the man at his home and he was taken to Ballymun Garda Station where he was detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.

Full admissions were made by the man in relation to 20 incidents of fuel theft with a combined value of €846.51 occurring between February 12 and April 26.

He has since been charged and is due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice, Court 

The man is due to appear at the Criminal Courts of Justice at 10.30am tomorrow.

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