Seven drug arrests and large quantity of jewellery stolen over holiday weekend

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Tipperary gardai made seven arrests between Nenagh and Roscrea in connection with drug offences over the bank holiday weekend.

Tipperary gardai made seven arrests between Nenagh and Roscrea in connection with drug offences over the bank holiday weekend.

Four people were arrested and charged in Nenagh for possession of small amounts of cannabis while one other person was arrested and charged with having drugs for sale or supply in the town.

Two people were arrested and charged in Roscrea with possesion of small amounts of cannabis.

Meanwhile, Nenagh gardai are investigating a break-in at Cudville Green, Nenagh, on October 25 in which a large amount of jewellery and cash was taken.

The burglary was reported to the gardai at around 10pm after the owners returned home.

An estimated E2,000 worth of jewellery was stolen along with E100 in cash.

A sum of E450 was stolen from a hair salon in Roscrea on October 24 after the owner of the premises on Rosemary Square left the shop for around 30 minutes between 6.50pm and 7.20pm. When they returned they found the front door forced and the cash missing from the till as well as hairdressing equipment.

A man was arrested and charged in connection with an attempted burglary at Carrig Rua, Nenagh, on October 24 at around 4pm. The culprit, a male in his 30s, entered an apartment in the estate but the owner was home and the burglar fled in a white van that was later stopped by a garda patrol car. There were two other occupants in the white van.

Garda enquiries are ongoing into the theft of around E5,000 worth of equipment from Jody Ryan’s quarry, Rearcross, on October 22 or in the early hours of October 23. The theft was discovered when the quarry opened at 7am on October 23.