Elderly Brother And Sister Assaulted

A brother and sister in their 90's have been assaulted with a broom stick by intruders who ransacked their house in the Camplagh Road area, Kesh.

Three men entered the house in the early hours of this morning, and it is not yet known if anything has been stolen.

The man and woman suffered bruising and shock, but did not require hospital treatment.

Police would ask anyone who noticed anyone acting suspicious or any suspicious vehicles in the Drumskinny/Scraghy area of Kesh or who has any information to contact Enniskillen CID on 0845 600 8000.

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