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Stolen power tools, machinery and ornaments worth €150k recovered by gardaí

Gardaí from Kilkenny, Tipperary and Carlow conducted a number of searches today and yesterday.

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GARDAÍ HAVE SEIZED stolen property worth in excess of €150,000 in a number of searches.

As part of Operation Thor, gardaí from Kilkenny, Tipperary and Carlow conducted a number of searches today and yesterday.

Searches were carried out in Carlow town, Urlingford, Freshford, Castlecomer, Cuffs Grange in Co Kilkenny and Moyne in Co Tipperary.

Gardaí said a large volume of suspected stolen property was recovered as part of this operation, with early estimates putting the value at in excess of €150,000. The property recovered includes power tools, machinery, trailers, ornaments, antiques and bicycles.

No one was arrested during the course of these searches and investigations are ongoing.

Read: Operation Thor hailed a success as burglaries fall by 2,320 in the capital

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