Mother And Daughter Tied Up During Aggravated Burglary In Co Tyrone

A woman has been attacked during an aggravated burglary in Co Tyrone.

The incident happened at a house on the Tattyreagh Road in Omagh on Wednesday evening, 11 January.

The mother and her eight-year-old daughter were also tied up by two masked men armed with a hammer.

The woman was hit in the face and had to receive medical treatment.
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The men made off with a quantity of jewellery.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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