Headquarters Damaged By Vandals

Headquarters of the Quinn Group have been badly damaged after a lorry drove into the staff canteen in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh.

The vehicle backed into the building, leaving a large hole in the wall at Ballyconnell Road on Wednesday at 6pm.

The lorry was found burnt out on a side road, and there were no injuries.

Businessman Sean Quinn is currently in a court battle to have his bankruptcy overturned.
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A PSNI spokesman said: "Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident of criminal damage to a commercial premises in the Ballyconnell Road area of Derrylin on the evening of Wednesday 21st December.

"Anyone who noticed any suspicious activity at approximately 6pm is asked to contact Enniskillen police station."


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