Man allegedly stole cash from pharmacy
A DUBLIN man has appeared in court accused of stealing cash from a pharmacy just before Christmas.
Terence Mulhall (38) has been ordered to stay away from the pharmacy and from the surrounding shops in Finglas for the duration of the case.
Judge Denis McLoughlin adjourned the matter for the DPP's directions on the charge.
The accused, of Abbotstown Avenue, Finglas, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with robbery at Hickey's Pharmacy in Finglas last December 19.
It will be alleged that he stole €460 in cash.
Gda Tom Murray said Mr Mulhall was arrested at his home and taken to Fin- glas Garda Station for questioning.
He was later charged and he made no reply after caution.
The court heard gardai had no objection to bail, subject to a number of conditions.
Judge McLoughlin remanded Mr Mulhall on bail in his own bond of €500.
As part of his bail conditions, he must obey a daily curfew between 9pm and 7am and sign on twice a week at his local garda station.
He must also stay away from Hickey's Pharmacy in Finglas and from the surrounding shops in Cardiffsbridge Road.
Judge McLoughlin assigned defence solicitor Declan Fahy on free legal aid after he heard that Mr Mulhall is on social welfare.
Mr Mulhall has not yet indicated a plea to the charge.