Gardai investigating agricultural thefts in County Limerick

first_imgLinkedin NewsCrime & CourtGardai investigating agricultural thefts in County LimerickBy Staff Reporter – February 23, 2016 781 Advertisement Facebook Email Printcenter_img GARDAI in County Limerick are investigating a number of thefts from agricultural and farm premises where high value items were stolen.A maroon and white coloured double-axle horsebox was stolen from a farmyard at Parkmore, Shanagolden between midnight on Sunday and Tuesday morning last.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Separately at Gortnadroma in Shanagolden, another item of farming equipment was stolen sometime during the day last Friday.It is described as a “Hoof Pairing Crate” and is described a specialist and expensive piece of agricultural machinery.Overnight on Thursday/Friday last, 300 litres of diesel fuel were stolen from a farm premises at Ballypierce in Newcastle West while on Wednesday, two horse rugs were stolen from horses grazing on lands at Mainistir, Croom in County Limerick.Anyone with information can contact Gardai at Newcastle West on 069 20650 or 1800 666 111. Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleNeville hits out at high cost of car insuranceNext articleLimerick plays key role in Social Democrats’ mental health manifesto Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ielast_img read more