Two men arrested in connection with beer theft from Kerry pub

Two men arrested in connection with beer theft from Kerry pub
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Two men have been arrested after crates of beer were stolen from a pub in Co Kerry overnight.

Shortly after 1am, a car with blocked out number plates was seen acting suspiciously in Blennerville near Tralee.

When gardaí attended the scene they found the window of a pub had been smashed and beer had been stolen.

Two men, both in their 30s, were arrested a short time later and the stolen beer was recovered.

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