Police want to know the identity of a Galway cyclist following a disgusting incident involving a woman
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Police want to know the identity of a Galway cyclist following a disgusting incident involving a woman

Gardaí in Galway have appealed for help from the public after a gruesome attack took place in the city last week. The victim was subjected to a brutal verbal attack before being pushed to the ground by the cyclist.

The assault happened on June 5, shortly before 2.30pm, in Dominick Road, Claddagh. The woman reported to gardaí how the cyclist became verbally aggressive before escalating the situation by pushing her, prompting an unknown passer-by to intervene. The cyclist then left the area.




Gardai would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed this incident or who may have dashcam footage, please contact Gardai at Galway Garda Station on 0910538000 or any Garda Station.

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This is just one of several incidents currently being investigated by Galway Police. There have been three burglaries in Galway in the last few days.

The first took place on June 4–7 in Moylough. After entering the property, the rooms were ransacked. Gardai are seeking help from the public. If anyone was in the area and noticed any suspicious activity, please contact Gardai at Moylough Station on 090 967 9272 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800666111.

The second burglary occurred on June 7 at around 12:00 in Loughrea. Locals noticed a BMW 3 Series behaving suspiciously with several men on board. Text alerts about a suspicious vehicle were sent out throughout the community on the same day as the election.