‘I’ve just heard Ronan coaching someone in how to defraud some poor, unfortunate insurance company’

I swing into the old man’s solicitor’s office to find out how Ronan is getting on in his new job. Hennessy Coghlan-O’Hara and Associates must the only(...)

The Garda inquiry into the VAT-based fraud has been ongoing since 2017. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A two-year criminal investigation into a suspected €29 million cross-border VAT fraud has resulted in the arrest of a second suspect. Gardaí believe (...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) wants to sell off a fleet of 114 cars valued at almost €3 million that were seized from a Limerick motor dealer last (...)

An alleged US cocaine dealer f  has asked the Criminal Assets Bureau to donate the money it seized from him 19 years ago to charity. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An alleged cocaine dealer from Texas has asked the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) to donate the money it seized from him 19 years ago to charity. Edwar(...)

‘When God was giving out brains, you were in the queue for testicles!’

Hennessy looks at me like he’s imagining killing me with his bare hands. Which he almost certainly is. “You did what?” he goes. I’m there, “I found (...)

Car seized by CAB. Photograph: Garda Press

A 24-year-old man has been arrested for money laundering after a Criminal Assets Bureau raid on a drugs gang last September. The man is currently bei(...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau has seized a wide range of assets during two raids targeting different criminals in counties Wexford, Kildare, Dublin and C(...)

The head of the Criminal Assets Bureau Det Chief Supt Pat Clavin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Houses seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) from gangland targets have been offered to local authorities rather than risking a potential new own(...)

Former Provisional IRA chief of staff Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy: The Cab has investigated  21 people  as part of its inquiry into the oil laundering and smuggling operation run by Murphy. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Twenty one people were investigated during a Criminal Assets Bureau inquiry into the oil laundering and smuggling operation run by the former Provisio(...)

Det Chief Supt Pat Clavin, who leads the Criminal Assets Bureau, said a wide variety of crime was being examined by his staff, but the drugs trade remained the predominant criminal activity targeted. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) is targeting more criminals in west and south Dublin than anywhere else in the State. The bureau opened more cases l(...)

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