Man due in court following recent robbery incidents in Cork City
A man arrested following recent robbery incidents in Cork City is due to appear before a special sitting of Cork District Court this morning.
The man in his forties was arrested on Friday the 18th of November.
Gardaí arrested a man in relation to a number of robberies that have taken place in the Cork City over a seven day period.
At approximately 1:50pm, Friday the 11th November, a male, armed with a knife, entered a business premises on the South Douglas Road and demanded money.
A second incident occurred in Ballintemple, Blackrock on Wednesday the 16th of November, when a man, again armed with a knife, entered a business premises and demanded a sum of cash.
Shortly after 12:30pm on Friday the 18th of November Gardaí were alerted to a robbery taking place at a business premises on the South Douglas Road area of Cork City.
A man in his 40s was arrested that afternoon in connection with these robberies and was at detained Bridewell Garda station before appearing at Cork District Court this morning.