Three men are due to appear in court following a search of a scrapyard in Crossakiel, Co. Meath yesterday (Tuesday, January 19th).
The Garda-led search operation in the village resulted in the discovery of two stolen vehicles.
In a statement, a spokesperson for An Garda Síochána, said: “Detective Gardaí from Navan with the assistance of Detective Gardaí from Kells carried out the search under warrant of the scrapyard and identified the two vehicles which had been reported stolen previously.”
“The Stolen Motor Vehicle Investigation Unit attended and assisted Scenes of Crime Unit Meath with an examination of the scene and motor vehicle parts present at the site.”
“Three men were arrested and conveyed to Kells Garda Station where they were detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.”
“The three men have been charged and are scheduled to appear before Trim District Court this morning.”
This investigation is ongoing, according to Gardaí.