06/10/2016

Over 300 Cars Destroyed In Fire At Breakers Yard

Over 300 cars have been destroyed in a fire at a breakers yard in Co Armagh.

The blaze at Fegan's Quarry on the Madden Road is being treated as suspicious, according to the police.
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The PSNI said they are working to establish a motive for the incident and are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/JP)

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