Cash stolen from Dublin pub
A sum of money was stolen by armed robbers at a pub in Dublin early this morning.
Three men, who were armed and masked, approached staff when they were locking up the premises on St Assam's Avenue in Raheny at around 3am.
They ordered them to open the safe and took an undisclosed amount of cash. The thieves escaped in an employee's car.
According to to gardaí, the men were in their late 20s, were armed with a knife and hammer, and wore black tracksuits and gloves. Gardaí have appealed for witnesses to the incident.
Elsewhere, a sum of cash, believed to be €40,000, was stolen in a cash-in-transit robbery yesterday.
A masked man armed with a gun intercepted a security company employee as he was moving ATM cash in a box at a service station on the Long Mile Road, Walkinstown.
No shots were fired in the incident, and the robber escaped in an Audi car that was later found a short distance away.
Three men stole cash from a pub on St Assam's Avenue in Raheny early this morning