A detective gunned down during a botched bank heist in Ireland was killed less than half a mile from his home.
Detective garda Adrian Donohoe, a father of three in his 40s, died as he tried to prevent raiders escaping with cash from Lordship Credit Union at Bellurgan, Jenkinstown about seven miles from the border town of Dundalk, Co Louth.
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