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Community rallies round after rugby training heist

Wednesday, 5th September, 2018 9:53am
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Community rallies round after rugby training heist

VINNIE Cosgrove of Cosgrove's garage with members of Tuam Rugby Club. Photo: Ray Ryan

Community rallies round after rugby training heist

VINNIE Cosgrove of Cosgrove's garage with members of Tuam Rugby Club. Photo: Ray Ryan

By David Connors

FOLLOWING a smash-and-grab last week at a local rugby club the town’s community have rallied around it's members to offer a helping hand in their time in need.
It is estimated that phones and money to the value of €3,000 were stolen during the heist and it could have possibly been more had the culprits not been seen when they were.
Since the thefts, local businesses in the area have compassionately offered to help the players and management who have lost property or had their vehicles damaged during the incident.

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