Three Schools Burgled In Downpatrick

Police in Downpatrick are investigating three schools which were broken into over the bank holiday weekend.

Damage was caused to three schools in the Saul Street and Old Belfast Road areas.

Lead was stolen from roofs of two of the schools, while power tools and a television was taken from a workshop at the third school.

Police are appealing to anyone with information to contact them on 0845 622 8000.


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