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From: "auntiedo" <>
Subject: Re: Going to Ireland? Beware!
Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2000 19:27:25 -0700
Sorry you had difficulty, it must have put an awful downer on your holiday.
But thievery is not limited to certain countries. Common sense dictates
that caution should be used abroad as well as at home - in all things.
Pat Traynor <> wrote in message
> With many folks making the trip to Ireland lately, they should
> be forewarned about the theft of rental cars in some places.
> Probably only in the larger towns.
> I lost everything, outside of Dublin, when my rental car was stolen.
> They warn you of pickpockets, but not rental car thefts.
> After the fact, the rental agent said;
> "They like that particular model because the little kids can reach the
> Just saw this;
> Car Break-ins
> An American tourist lost his visa card, driving
> license, cash and some cameras when they were stolen
> from his car at Killykeen Forest Park. A number of cars
> have been broken into recently at the car park behind
> Dunnes Stores in Cavan Town.
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