Gardai are investigating burglary at retail premises in Foxborough

By Brendan Grehan

CENTRA in Foxborough was forced to close for a number of hours last week after it was burgled.

During the early hours of Monday January 13, burglars gained entry through the front shutter and removed a number of items from the premises.

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The Centra in Foxborough

The shop did not open later that morning.

Centra Foxborough posted on social media: “Our front shutter has broken and as a result we will not open this morning, we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.”

The shop reopened later that day.

A Garda Spokeswoman told The Echo that the burglary is currently being investigated.

No arrests has of yet been made in the investigation.

She said: “Gardai are investigating a burglary at a retail premises on Foxborough Rd, Lucan which occurred in the early hours of 13th January 2020.

A number of items were taken and damage was caused to the premises. No injuries. No arrests made. Investigations are ongoing”.

A Spokesman for Centra told The Echo that they had “no comment” to make on the incident.

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