Luxury caravan stolen in Germany recovered in Tallaght

By Maurice Garvey

GARDAI recovered a top of the range caravan in Tallaght on Thursday – three years after it was first reported stolen to authorities in Germany.

The Premium Caravan – listed as the luxury class model by it’s German manufacturers Hobby – was recovered by detectives in the Tallaght District Unit in Cloonmore on Thursday evening.


The luxury caravan which was stolen in Germany in 2016 was recovered by Gardai on Thursday in Tallaght

According to the Hobby Premium brochure, the caravan features a dazzling array of high class items, which are all part of the package including a shower, splash back kitchen, oven, 150-litre super slim refrigerator and underfloor heating.

The luxury interior contains six separate seating areas, most of which can be transformed into comfortable sleeping berths, including room for a queen-sized bed, drop down double beds, single beds and children’s bunk beds.

German auto dealers are advertising 2019 Premium Hobby caravans for sale up to €31,970.

A Garda spokesperson told The Echo: “Gardaí in Tallaght carrying out routines checks, on Thursday, July 4, at approximately 4.30pm, in the Cluain Mor Park area of Tallaght, seized a caravan which had been reported stolen in 2016 in Germany. No arrests were made and investigations are ongoing.”

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