Gardai raided a property in Bruff
GARDAI raided a property on the Main Street of Bruff on Wednesday evening.
At around 6.45pm, a number of plain clothes gardai pulled up outside the building in an unmarked car.
One local told the Limerick Leader: "They knocked and they knocked on the door. The next thing they got some kind of special implement out of the car and burst the door down. In the meantime, a squad car came along and gardai in uniform joined the search."
A garda spokesperson confirmed there was a search at a property. However, it is understood that nothing of an incriminating nature was discovered.
The raid has proved quite a talking point in Bruff as a number of people watched the proceedings, as well as motorists seeing the commotion while they drove through the town.