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Two men charged following cash-in-transit robbery

Another man was charged in connection with the incident yesterday.

TWO MEN HAVE been charged in connection with a cash-in-transit van robbery earlier this week in north Dublin.

Another man was previously charged in connection with the incident and appeared before court last night.

Staff were threatened by three men during the robbery in Raheny Village.

All were arrested soon afterwards in Coolock, and a cash box taken during the robbery was recovered by gardaí.

The two men charged today are due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice later this afternoon.

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