The Gardai ‘National Property Recovery Day’ in Louth takes place on Thursday the 22nd of September 2016. The Property Recovery Day will take place for the Louth Garda Division at Drogheda Garda Station in what is known as the ‘CPD room’. This is a building in the car park of the Garda Station and temporary signs will put up on the day directing members of the public to the building.
While most property recovered by An Garda Síochána is immediately returned to its owners, particularly in the recovery of property stolen in the course of theft and burglaries, there are cases where An Garda Síochána is unable to identify the owner and the property remains in Garda custody.
Members of the public are invited to attend on the aforementioned date from 10am to 6pm where photographs of property in Garda custody can be viewed. The property relates to the Drogheda, Dundalk and Ardee Garda Districts. The Louth Divisional Crime Prevention Officer, Garda Victims Service Officer and Community Policing Unit will also be present on the day to offer advice and answer any relevant questions.
It should also be noted that photographs of property will be on display in respect of the Drogheda District only on Saturday the 24th of September 2016 in the same building.
Members of the public are invited to view properties on both days and a catologue in respect of the Louth Division can be viewed via the Garda website www.garda.ie.