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Hutch murder suspect gave himself up to gardai on urging of his mother and accusations fly in Debenhams-Roches row
Irish Times reports that British retail chain Debenhams, which has eleven branches and 2,200 staff in Ireland, is rowing with the Roche family, who once owned Roches Stores.
- Debenhams bought Roches Stores in 2006 for €29 million but the family held on to the properties and is the landlord in the upwards-only rent reviewed properties on Henry Street, Dublin and Patrick's Street, Cork.
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