Armed robbers steal gold rings in Ireland

Three men and a woman have been arrested in connection with robbery.

Gold rings have been stolen from a jewellery shop in Tandragee, County Aramagh, as reported by the BBC.

The robbers entered the premises at 2.15pm on Thursday. They were masked and armed, with one carrying a handgun and the other possessing a hammer.

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The thieves smashed a glass cabinet in the store and lifted gold rings, before taking jewellery from the safe.

The thieves’ getaway vehicle, a grey Audi A4, was discovered a short time after the crime. Police believe it was the same car stolen on Wednesday from a local dealership in Mallusk by a pair of men with strong Belfast accents.

Detectives are also appealing to anyone who may have seen a red Corsa or silver BMW in the Scarva/Tandragee area on Thursday afternoon to contact them.

So far, three men and a woman have been arrested in connection to the robbery.



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