Teen arrested following investigation into text message scam

Teen arrested following investigation into text message scam

A teenager has been arrested after investigations into a text messaging scam.

Bank of Ireland is warning its customers about text messages that suggest their bank cards have been compromised.

The bank is telling people not to respond or give away details like PINs or passwords.

Gardaí investigating the text messages carried out searches earlier today in Dublin.

A young man was arrested and is being detained at Tallaght Garda Station.

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