*Crowe’s Shop at the Ministers Cross was among the locations targeted by the duo.
TWO men charged with a spate of alleged robberies in Bunratty and Ennis have been further remanded in custody and will make their third court appearance next week.
At a recent sitting of Ennis District Court, Dylan Considine Kelly (23) and Andrew Price (40) both appeared charged with robberies in Ennis and Sixmilebridge last month.
The two were first brought before Gort District Court on October 26th and have now appeared at Ennis District Court where they were further remanded in custody to appear again next week.
Sgt Louis Moloney told the court a production order would be required for Mr Considine Kelly to appear in person next Wednesday after the court heard that he faces charges “on new matters”.
Both accused men have an address of Laurel Lodge, Ennis, Co Clare.
On behalf of Mr Price, solicitor, Daragh Hassett told Judge Alec Gabbett that he was not in a position to move a bail application in court stating that the issue is an address for Mr Price out of Co Clare which the Gardai are suggesting.
Judge Gabbett further remanded Mr Price in custody to re-appear before Ennis District Court on November 15th.
In relation to the second accused, Judge Gabbett also further remanded Dylan Considine Kelly to re-appear before Ennis District Court to November 15th.
Mr Hassett said that it was a similar situation to the Price case where he was not in a position to advance the bail application where again there is an issue about an address.
Both men were appearing via video-link from prison.
Both men are charged with robbing on October 14th, Rachel Swire, c/o Tim Crowe’s shop at Minister’s Cross, Bunratty of €500 in cash and €800 cigarettes.
Both are also charged with on October 20th robbing Dave Magner care of Bar One Racing, Turnpike Rd, Ennis of €2,340.
The two men are also accused of robbing Aisling Fleming, care of Tim Crowe’s shop, Minister’s Cross, Bunratty of €500 in cash and €900 in cigarettes on October 24th.
Mr Considine Kelly faces a fourth charge on October 21st at Tim Crowe’s Gala shop, The Green, Sixmilebridge of robbing Dayna Mullins of €400 in cash.