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Man threatens staff with metal bar in Glasnevin cash-in-transit robbery

The car used in the robbery was later found burnt out near the Bon Secours Hospital.

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GARDAÍ ARE APPEALING for witnesses after a cash-in-transit robbery today in Dublin.

The incident occurred outside the Bank of Ireland on the Mobhi Road in Glasnevin at around 3.40pm today.

A security van was outside the premises, when a silver car pulled up beside it.

An occupant came out with a metal bar and forced staff to hand over a box containing cash.

The assailants fled the scene, and the car was later found burnt out near to the Bon Secours Hospital.

Nobody was injured during the robbery.

Anyone with information is urged to contact their local garda station.

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