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Pedlar Arrested For Larceny At Limerick

A travelling pedlar, identified as Patrick Ryan of Co. Down, was apprehended by Constable Daniel Roche yesterday on allegations of larceny in Limerick. The arrest followed prompt action by Constable Roche upon receiving a telegram detailing the description of the suspect and the nature of the crime.

The incident unfolded swiftly upon the morning arrival of a train from Limerick at the junction. Armed with the newly received information, Constable Roche wasted no time in identifying and apprehending the accused, who readily admitted to his identity but remained tight-lipped on further details.

The specific circumstances surrounding the alleged larceny, including the exact amount of money involved, have yet to be disclosed. However, the efficient coordination between law enforcement in Limerick and Constable Roche at the junction underscores the importance of timely communication and vigilance in combating criminal activities.

Limerick Junction, a key transit point in the region, has seen its fair share of incidents over the years, but the swift response of authorities serves as a testament to their commitment to maintaining law and order in the area.

The arrest of Patrick Ryan marks yet another chapter in the ongoing efforts to uphold justice and ensure the safety of residents and visitors alike. As the legal proceedings progress, the community awaits further developments in this case, eager to see justice served.

Efforts to reach out to authorities for additional comments or updates on the matter are currently underway. In the meantime, residents are reminded to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the authorities promptly.

The incident serves as a reminder of the pivotal role that law enforcement plays in safeguarding communities and upholding the rule of law. Constable Roche’s swift action highlights the dedication and professionalism of those tasked with maintaining peace and order, ensuring that justice is served, and offenders are held accountable for their actions.

As the investigation into the alleged larceny continues, authorities are urging anyone with information relevant to the case to come forward and assist in the pursuit of truth and justice. The community stands united in its resolve to combat crime and uphold the principles of fairness and integrity.

Freeman’s Journal – Friday 02 July 1915