Man due in court in connection with multiple crimes in Limerick

Man due in court in connection with multiple crimes in Limerick

A man in his 40s is due in court in connection with ten incidents of burglary, theft and criminal damage in Limerick.

He was charged in relation to four burglaries, three thefts and three criminal damage incidents at a number of businesses.

They all occurred from August to October 2019.

He is to appear before Limerick City District Court this morning.

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