'Possible Link' Between Six Burglaries Across Tyrone And Armagh

Police believe there may be a possible link between six burglaries in villages across Co Tyrone and Co Armagh.

All of the incidents happened over three hours in Castlecaufield, Moy, Benburb, Keady or Middletown on Monday, 26 February.
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PSNI Detective Chief Inspector Will Tate said: "Officers investigating these incidents are also looking at a possible link with a report of a suspicious vehicle - a black Audi with two men on board - in the Monaghan Street area of Armagh at around 6.30pm."

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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