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Three due in court over spate of south Dublin burglaries

The three men arrested in Co Wexford last night were to appear in court this afternoon.

THREE PEOPLE were due in court this afternoon to face charges relating to a series burglaries in south county Dublin.

The men, aged between their 20s and 50s, were arrested after Garda raids in Co Wexford last night.

The raids were part of investigations from Gardaí in Blackrock and Dún Laoghaire investigating domestic robberies in those areas and elsewhere in the region.

The men were to appear at the Criminal Courts of Justice after its afternoon session today.

Jewellery and watches, and some foreign currency, were among the items seized in the raids in Courtown and Wexford Town last night.

Read: Four arrested over series of burglaries in south Dublin

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