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At Dr Quirkey’s Good Time Emporium, an alleged €2 million fraud was detected.

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The amount of alleged fraud discovered by Dr Quirkey’s Good Time Emporium’s directors has climbed to €2.56 million.

This comes as new accounts revealed that Dublin Pool and Juke Box Ltd was the victim of a €543,758 alleged fraud in 2020.

The alleged fraud of €543,758 in 2020 is in addition to the directors’ calculation of €2.026 million in suspected fraud perpetrated on the firm in 2019 and 2018.

Richard Quirke, the 75-year-old businessman and director who is Rosanna Davison’s father-in-law, owns the long-established Dublin business.

The €543,758 alleged fraud performed on the firm in 2020 was made up of €427,387 in misappropriated cash and €116,371 in misappropriated bank payments, according to the new 2020 accounts.

The alleged 2020 scam raises the overall amount of diverted cash to €2.22 million for 2020, 2019 and 2018, and the total amount of misappropriated bank payments to €342,764 for the three years.

The firm hired external financial specialists to conduct a thorough and comprehensive forensic examination into the company’s systems and processes after the alleged theft was uncovered by directors in December 2020.

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