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“City Youth Arrested in Alleged Robbery Case: Larceny from Miss Bourke’s Premises on the Mall”

Limerick, Ireland – In a shocking turn of events, a young lad named Martin O’Brien, aged 17, was remanded today on charges of larceny amounting to £12 10s from the premises of Miss Bourke located on the Mall. The alleged incident occurred on December 6th last year, and O’Brien voluntarily surrendered himself to the Liverpool police a few days ago. He was subsequently transported to Limerick yesterday under the custody of Constable Grady from Mary Street.

The case has left the community bewildered as they grapple with the details surrounding the accused’s alleged involvement in the theft. The arrest has shed light on the investigation into the incident that had remained unresolved for several months.

Authorities have been tight-lipped about the specifics of the alleged robbery, but the amount involved indicates a significant loss for Miss Bourke. The stolen funds were reported to be in cash, leaving detectives to piece together the evidence and establish the circumstances leading to the incident.

The arrest of the young suspect has brought hope for closure to the victim and raised expectations for justice to be served. However, as the case progresses, the accused will have the opportunity to present his side of the story and defend himself against the charges laid upon him.

Local residents have expressed their concerns about the incident, highlighting the importance of maintaining security and vigilance in the community. Many are relieved that progress has been made in the investigation and are hopeful that the truth will prevail in due course.

Limerick Echo – Tuesday 07 June 1904

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