Seven in court over Tipperary raid

Seven in court over Tipperary raid

Seven men have appeared in court in connection with an aggravated burglary in Co. Tipperary last Thursday.

The men were all arrested in the hours following the incident at a rural house owned by a business couple near Killenaule in south Tipperary.

They were held for questioning at a number of garda stations since Thursday and charged last night and this morning.

Each has been charged with one count of aggravated burglary at a house at Burnchurch, Killenaule, Co Tipperary, on November 24 last.

Judge Terence Finn remanded all seven in custody this morning to appear at Cashel district court again on Thursday.


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