Crimestoppers look for information after Wexford robbery (gardaí shot at)
Crimestoppers are appealing for information after a robbery in Wexford last month in which gardaí were shot at.
On February 7 at 3.25am, four men in balaclavas targeted an ATM at Ulster Bank on Rafter Street in Enniscorthy, setting off an explosion and shooting at unarmed gardai.
All four men made their getaway in a dark-coloured car thought to be an Audi A4 Avant, which had no registration plates.
A large amount of cash was taken during the raid and a "dye bomb" in the ATM was activated, meaning a large proportion of the stolen notes would have been dyed red.
Gardaí are appealing for information or to speak to anyone who has received a red-stained note.
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