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stealer of soles Gardai investigate theft of several pairs of women's shoes in Limerick

According to gardai, the three pairs of shoes had been left in a bag on the back seat of the car

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A file photo of a pair of pink Aldo shoes (not the ones that were stolen)

A file photo of a pair of pink Aldo shoes (not the ones that were stolen)

A file photo of a pair of pink Aldo shoes (not the ones that were stolen)

An investigation has been launched following the theft of several pairs of women's shoes in Limerick.

Gardai have issued an appeal for information after a thief broke into a red Volkswagen Golf that had been parked on O'Connell Avenue in the city at 5.30pm on Tuesday, December 28.

According to gardai, the three pairs of shoes had been left in a bag on the back seat of the car.

Garda John Finnerty of Henry Street Garda station told the Limerick Leader that when the owner returned to her car at 1.30pm the following day, she discovered that three pairs of women’s shoes had been stolen.

“They were a pair of pink Aldo shoes, a pair of Nine West shoes and a pair of Rose Gold Ted Baker shoes," he added.

Gardai at Henry Street are investigating and can be contacted at (061) 212400.

The Garda press office confirmed that gardaí received report of an incident of theft from a car on O’Connell Avenue in Limerick on December 28.

“A number of personal items were stolen from the vehicle,” they said. “This investigation is ongoing.”

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