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Man due in court over robbery of shop in Dublin city yesterday

The theft occurred on Moore Street yesterday morning.

Moore Street (file photo)
Moore Street (file photo)
Image: Google Street View

A MAN IS set to appear in court this morning after being charged in relation to a theft at a shop on Moore Street in Dublin city centre yesterday morning.

The theft occurred at around 10.25am, when a suspect entered the shop and left with a number of items which he did not pay for.

The suspect was then stopped by security, who were threatened and assaulted. No-one was injured during the course of the incident.

A man was later arrested and taken to Store Street garda station, where he was detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act.

He was charged in relation to the theft, and is due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.

A garda spokesman said that investigations into the incident are ongoing.

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