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St Assam's Avenue in Raheny, north Dublin (File photo) Google Street View

Three men sought after armed robbery in Dublin pub

Three armed and masked men entered a pub on St Assam’s Avenue in Raheny at around 3am this morning.

GARDAÍ ARE SEARCHING for three men who carried out an armed robbery on a pub in Dublin this morning.

The three armed and masked men entered the pub on St Assam’s Avenue in Raheny in north Dublin at around 3am this morning.

Staff members were locking up the premises when the three men, armed with a knife and a hammer, ordered them inside the back of pub and demanded that the safe be opened.

An undisclosed amount of cash was taken and a staff member’s car was also taken and used as a getaway vehicle.

There were no injuries sustained in the incident.

The men are all believed to be in their late 20s and were wearing balaclavas. They were also dressed in black tracksuits and black gloves.

An appeal has been issued for any witnesses to the incident to contact Gardaí at Raheny on 01  666 4300 or any Garda station.

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