Two arrested in Dublin in connection with ATM fraud incidents

Two arrested in Dublin in connection with ATM fraud incidents

Two men have been arrested in Dublin in connection with a series of ATM fraud incidents.

The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau made the arrests in the Malahide area after searching a house this morning.

A number of cash reversal attacks where cash is taken and the ATM is shut down, occurred in Drogheda, Swords and Blanchardstown.

Clothing, cash and a number of prepaid cards were seized during the search.

The men - aged 34 and 27 - are to appear at the Criminal Courts of Justice later this morning.

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