The Gardai in Nenagh are investigating a burglary at Curraleigh, Dolla, in which two firearms were stolen.
The incident happened on Tuesday, August 18, when a house was broken into and ransacked with damage caused to a patio door and rear window.
Meanwhile, the Gardai are appealing for motorists not to leave valuables in their vehicles after three cars were broken into at the Springfort Retail Park at Stereame.
In the first incident, the injured party had been shopping at around 1pm on Tuesday, August 18 and later discovered that a bank card had been stolen from her vehicle and used.
Two cars were broken into in the car park at around 5.30pm last Saturday. In one incident, the injured party returned to find that items, including hairdressing equipment and a dress, had been taken from the boot.
In the second, groceries were taken from the boot of a car and a number of DVDs stolen from its glove compartment.
Gardaí are warning people to be aware that thieves may be watching car parks and that they should not leave any valuable items in their cars.
Two incidents of theft were reported at Tesco in Nenagh last Sunday when shoplifters attempted to steal a case of beer and groceries.
A young man was arrested under the Public Order Act at Nenagh’s Millersbrook around 1.30am last Friday, with further separate Public Order arrests at Annbrook at 3.50am last Sunday, and near St Mary’s Convent at 3.15am on Monday.
The Gardaí have charged a youth following an incident in which a car crashed into the monument at Nenagh’s Banba Square. The male, who is under 18 and believed to be from the Roscrea area, is alleged to have stolen the car in Nenagh and crashed it at Banba Square earlier this month. He is due to appear before Nenagh Court.