Gardai seize vehicles and stolen goods in Saggart

By William O'Connor 

AS PART of an ongoing investigation into an organised crime gang, Gardaí seized a number of vehicles and stolen goods, following a search under warrant of a premises in Saggart on Saturday. 

Gardaí from the Detective Unit in Tallaght Garda Station conducted these searches with the assistance of colleagues from the Emergency Response Unit, Criminal Assets Bureau, Stolen Motor Vehicle Investigation Unit and the Garda Dog Unit.

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Image of watch seized (Pic: An Garda Siochana) 

According to a Garda statement released, two cars, a Breitling watch and a crossbow were seized today, Saturday, November 21. 

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Image of one of the cars seized in Saggart  today (Pic: An Garda Siochana) 

A number of other vehicles and goods seized in earlier searches as part of this investigation include, €3,800 in cash, six cars and three caravans.

Three people have been arrested today, two women aged in their 40s and 20s and a man in his 20s.

They were taken to Tallaght and Rathfarnham Garda Stations and detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984. They have been released and a file will now be prepared for the DPP. 

Three people were previously arrested in relation to this investigation in January 2020, two women aged in their 40s and 20s and a man in his 20s. A file is being prepared for submission to the DPP reagarding these arrests.

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