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Warning issued over bogus Women’s Aid collection in Dundalk

Dundalk Women’s Aid have issued a public warning about a bogus collection taking place in their name in the area at present. Taking to Facebook yesterday, the group said: “We’ve

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Former Louth GAA captain Paddy Keenan has car stolen in Dundalk

Former Louth GAA captain Paddy Keenan managed to recover a car that was stolen from him last night. The Mazda MX5 convertible went missing yesterday with the 2010 All Star,

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Gardaí investigating possible arson attack on Hoey’s Lane

Gardaí in Dundalk are investigating a possible arson attack on a vehicle in the Hoey’s Lane area overnight. Dundalk Fire Service were called to the scene of a Ford Transit

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Gardaí investigating break-in at Fitzpatrick’s Bar and Restaurant

Gardaí are investigating a break-in to Fitzpatrick’s Bar and Restaurant at Rockmarshall in the early hours of this morning. A side door to the pub was broken open at around

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Man recovering in hospital following assault in Muirhevnamor

A man in his 20s is recovering in hospital this morning following a stabbing incident in Muirhevnamor last night. The assault occurred in the Grange Drive area of the estate

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Gardaí appealing for information on serious assault in Park Street

Gardaí in Dundalk are appealing for information in relation to a serious assault which occurred on Park Street in the early hours of Sunday morning. The incident occurred at 2.50am

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Eskay’s Bistro capture footage of man stealing mobile phone on CCTV

A man who took a local mobile phone from a local bistro has had a video of the incident shared with thousands on social media. Eskay’s Bistro in Park Street

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Area of Pearse Park cordoned off amid reports of woman being stabbed

Gardaí in Dundalk have cordoned off an area of Pearse Park amid reports that a woman was found stabbed in the estate in the early hours of this morning. It

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Foreign Affairs Minister renews appeal for British Government to release files on Dundalk bombing and murder of Seamus Ludlow

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has renewed his appeal for the British Government to open their files to an independent source on the Dundalk bombing in December 1975 and

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Car destroyed by fire in early hours of this morning

A car was completely destroyed by fire in a local housing estate in the early hours of this morning. The incident occurred in Doolargy Avenue in Muirhevnamor around 3.30am. Dundalk

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Gardaí appealing for information following theft of jewellery from Dundalk pawn shop

Gardaí in Dundalk are appealing for information following the theft of a quantity of jewellery from a pawn shop in the town centre last week. The incident occurred at the

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Gardaí seek public’s help in identifying two men suspected of criminal damage

Gardaí in Dundalk are anxious to speak to two men in relation to criminal damage caused to Riva Restaurant in Earl Street last month. The two men were captured on

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Three grass fires in Dundalk overnight may have been started maliciously

Dundalk Fire Service were called to three separate grass fires in the town last night. Gardaí are investigating the incidents, which according to LMFM News, were all “started maliciously”. The

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Teenage girl injured in assault in Dundalk

A teenage girl suffered a series of injuries following an assault in Dundalk in the early hours of yesterday morning. The incident occurred around 2.30am on the Ramparts on Monday

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Garda Superintendent vows to step up patrols to crackdown against drug dealers targeting students in Dundalk

The local Garda Superintendent has vowed to step up lunchtime patrols to prevent drug dealers targeting secondary school students in Dundalk. Speaking at the Local Policing Forum meeting last night,