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Dawn raid on bankrupt solicitor’s Killiney home

Gardaí assist swoop by government’s insolvency service. Art, books and furniture seized from Vico Road property

1st February, 2015
Gorse Hill, the O'Donnells’ home on Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin.

Art, books and furniture were removed from Gorse Hill, the home of bankrupt solicitor Brian O’Donnell, in a dawn raid last week. The official assignee of the government’s insolvency service, Chris Lehane, led the raid on the house in Killiney, Co Dublin.

Gardaí were called to assist in the process. A significant number of assets were removed.

Gorse Hill on Vico Road in Killiney was acquired by the O’Donnells in...

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