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Gardaí believe recovered quad bike was stolen from farm

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Gardaí in Co. Dublin are trying to reunite stolen property with its rightful owner.

A quad bike was recovered and taken into Garda possession at Kevin St. Garda Station in Dublin’s city centre.

A spokesperson for the Garda Info Twitter page said they believe the quad was possibly stolen from a farm and they wish to return it to its legitimate owner.

If you recognise this bike or know who the owner may be, contact Kevin St. Garda Station on (01)6669400

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Image source: Garda Info Twitter

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