Published: Sun, March 04, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Nine arrested after looters ransack Lidl and tear down building with digger

Nine arrested after looters ransack Lidl and tear down building with digger

A ninth man, in his 30s, has been arrested for handling stolen property.

Nine people have been arrested in connection with the accident, which reportedly left the place heavily damaged.

A Lidl store on Fortunestown Lane in Citywest has been looted and smashed up using a digger and two other stores have also been attacked.

In a brief statement this evening Lidl say they are aware of an incident at one of its stores and they are now in liaison with Gardai regarding the incident. "I will continue to work with the Gardaí and local residents to ensure that no further damage is done to the Jobstown and Citywest areas".

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"All those arrested are now detained at Dublin Garda stations. An incident room has been established at Tallaght Garda Station and anyone with information is asked to contact Tallaght Garda Station on 016666000 or the Garda Confidential line 1800666111 or any Garda Station".

"I fully anticipate that the gardai will pursue the perpetrators to the fullest extent of the law".

"The community is absolutely fuming", Cllr King told The Irish Times, "There had been a great banter around here with the snow, and then this tiny minority bring the entire community down".

"People's jobs in the store have been put at risk by this mindless act of vandalism", he said.

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Irish police said the store, on Fortunestown Lane in the west of the city, had sustained substantial damage, while another store had also been damaged.

The German supermarket have released a statement this morning saying that a serious incident had taken place, but no people were injured and the store had been closed at the time.

A spokesperson for the Gardaí confirmed they were looking into the destruction of several cars: "We are investigating criminal damage to 6 vehicles on Fortunestown Way last night".

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