Three men held after raids on five pharmacies

Gardaí have arrested three men in connection with a number of raids on pharmacies in Limerick and Tipperary last night.

Five pharmacies - three in Tipperary and two in Limerick - were broken into by a gang travelling in a stolen car.

A safe containing drugs and a quantity of cash was stolen.

Gardaí arrested three men in their 20s after a car chase in Limerick city and are also searching for a fourth man in connection with the break-ins.


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