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Kelly Noble has been issued with a bench warrant

Kelly Noble has been issued with a bench warrant

Kelly Noble has been issued with a bench warrant

Convicted killer Kelly Noble remains at large, two months after a bench warrant was issued for her arrest.

The warrant was issued for Noble’s arrest in February when she failed to turn up at Dublin Circuit Court where she was due to be sentenced for robbery offences.

She has failed to turn up in court on numerous other occasions in the past.

Noble (36) has not gone to ground since the bench warrant was issued and is regularly spotted around Dublin.

She was photographed in the south inner-city in Dublin just days after the bench warrant was issued for her arrest in February.

In March she said she had been attacked after trying to intervene in an incident on Abbey Street in the north inner city.

She posted a message to the man she claimed attacked her, saying he punched her in the face after she told him to leave an old man alone.

“I swear you’re really an out and out dirt bird, giving me a dig in the face on Abbey St today. You horrible, ugly, fat head big-eared c***, hitting an old man on the ground defenceless and all I did was ask you to stop and you gave me a dig in the jaw, bad buzz just remember you hit me for nothing but you did so you’re not just going to get a dig, Kelly.”

Noble, who previously served time for stabbing a young mother to death in front of her children, was arrested following a series of robberies and attempted robberies on South Great George’s Street in Dublin on September 23, 2017.

She had initially been charged with two attempted robberies of two victims and the robbery of a woman’s handbag and cash.

Noble pleaded guilty to one charge of robbery at Dublin Circuit Court last October.

She previously served four and a half years of a six-year sentence for manslaughter.

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Noble stabbed Emma McLoughlin (19) to death in front of Ms McLoughlin’s screaming children outside Pat’s Supermarket in Laytown, Co Meath in 2006.

Since her release from that sentence in 2010 she has had brushes with the law for offences including carrying a knife and trespassing. Noble’s mother Jacqui served a murder sentence for hiring a man to kill her abusive partner Derek Benson, who was hacked to death with a sword in Ballymun in 2000.

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