Ireland Six reported burglaries in the space of three days in the Rathfarnham area

15:50  04 february  2018
15:50  04 february  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Six burglaries in the space of 3 days in Rathfarnham - Dublin Gazette Newspapers - Dublin News, Sport and Lifestyle. Gardai are investigating a spate of burglaries in the Rathfarnham area and are warning locals to be vigilant.

Ráth Fearnáin; Rathfarnham or Rathfarnam (Irish: Ráth Fearnáin, meaning "Fearnán's ringfort") is a Southside suburb of Dublin, Ireland.

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Six burglaries have been reported to gardai in the Rathfarnham area in the space of three days.

On Wednesday, January 31, there were three burglaries on The Avenue in The Boden area after 7pm.

A garda spokeswoman told Dublin Live they are investigating the burglaries although there have been no arrests.

On Friday morning there was another two reported burglaries in the general Rathfarnham area, and one more attempted burglary.

All of these happened between 10am and 1pm on the morning.

Two of the burglaries were carried out in Ballyroan Crescent where a number of items were stolen and cash was taken.

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Name the street or estate you grew up on, and where in the world you are now? I went from Rathfarnham ( Willbrook Park) to Firhouse and am now in Crumlin!!! Twice in the space of three days the tradesman. dublinlive.ie.

For years, the 25-year-old had worked a day here and there in manual labourer and spent the rest of his time walking the streets, menacing the locals. The Minister is aware of recent reports about serious assaults occurring in the Rathfarnham area (noodl.

The third failed robbery happened in Belfort but they were interrupted and fled from the scene. 

A garda spokeswoman said gardai are also investigating these incidents but no one has been arrested at this stage.

Local councillor Emma Murphy explained that crime has been rife in the area in recent months.

The Fianna Fail councillor said: "There has definitely been an increase in local crime in the Rathfarnham and Ballyboden area in recent months.

"It is something I have actively been bringing up at meetings in the local area. I've asked about extra gardai in the area but resources are so stretched.

"Even at the moment the area covered by Rathfarnham garda station is just huge.

"The Ballyroan area, I am aware there was a few burglaries the other night.

"It is quite a secluded area, there is one way in and one way out and when there is no schools in the evening it is a quite area.

"There has been an increase in break ins in the general Butterfield area recently and there has been plenty of warnings on local residents pages and on social media."

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