Gardaí Investigate After Cash In Transit Employee Stabbed In The Neck

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A cash in transit employee has been stabbed during a botched raid at the Luas stop in Dublin.

Gardai with the armed support unit were called to the scene. This robbery took place at the Bluebell Luas stop at 12:40 yesterday afternoon. The driver in a cash in transit van servicing the ticket machines was held up by two men.

They threatened an employee who was escorting the cash box before stabbing him in the neck with a screwdriver. He was rushed to St James’ Hospital but it’s understood his injury is not life-threatening.


The cash box was taken but subsequently recovered by Gardaí. No arrests have been made and investigations are continuing.

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