Security you can’t bank on?

While last week’s kidnapping of a young bank official and his family has highlighted the vulnerability of bank staff and outlets to cash heists, security expenditure and the designation of keyholders at banks have also been questioned.

2nd September, 2006

While last week’s kidnapping of a young bank official and his family has highlighted the vulnerability of bank staff and outlets to cash heists, security expenditure and the designation of keyholders at banks have also been questioned.

A gang of four masked men escaped with up to €300,000 last Tuesday after holding National Irish Bank (NIB) official Graham Dunne, his two teenage sisters and their mother Marion hostage for almost 14 hours.

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