Three men arrested following robbery of cash-in-transit van in Meath
The incident took place on Monday afternoon.
Three men were arrested at approximately 3pm today (Monday 6 January), following the robbery of a cash-in-transit van in Meath.
The arrests occurred as a result of the investigations conducted by the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau (GNDOCB), assisted by the Security & Intelligence Section.
They were targeting their investigations into the robberies of cash-in-transit vehicles.
This afternoon, three men (aged 35, 33, and 30) were arrested immediately after a robbery with a firearm of a cash-in-transit van delivery in Clonee in Meath.
Two vehicles were intercepted on the N3 at Clonee in Meath, and a cash box containing €30,000 was recovered, along with an imitation firearm and an electronic signal blocker.
All three of the suspects were arrested for organised crime offences, and are currently detained under Section 50 of the Criminal Justice Act 2007 at Finglas and Ashbourne Garda Stations.
Further investigations into the robbery are ongoing.