Thousands Of Pounds Worth Of Tools Stolen In Craigavon

A van has been broken into and thousands of pounds worth of tools have been taken in Craigavon.

The incident took place on Tuesday, 25 September, between 11.40am and 11.55am.

Police believe a silver VW Passat was involved.

PSNI Craigavon have an issued an appeal for anyone with information related to the incident to come forward.
News Image
A spokesperson said: "If you saw anything, or anyone loading tools into a car during that time; maybe you were driving past and have dash cam footage, please give us a ring.

"The incident number is 560 of 25/09/18.

"That's a livelihood stolen, a means of working and actually contributing to society gone, taken by those who leech off the rest of us.

"If you saw anything or know something, speak out."


Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

22 January 2020
Arrest As Firearms Seized In Co Antrim
Police have arrested a suspect following the discovery of a number of suspected firearms in Co Antrim. A quantity of ammunition and imitation firearms were also seized during the raid of a flat in Carrickfergus on Tuesday 21. A 32 year-old man was subsequently arrested and remained in custody on Tuesday evening.
16 January 2020
L'Derry Assault Victim Urged To Come Forward
Police have appealed for a man who was set upon by a group of youths in L'Derry to come forward. The victim is urged to make himself known to police after he was assaulted in the Peace Gardens convenient to the city's Foyle Street. The incident occurred at around 9pm on Tuesday evening, 14 January.
24 January 2020
North Belfast Summer Disorder: Police Release Fresh Images
Images of people wanted in connection with disorder in north Belfast last summer have today been released. Police shared pictures of ten males they would like to speak to in relation to a number of incidents between 31 July and 08 August 2019. These include attacks on serving police officers and persistent incidents of disorder in the area.
20 January 2020
Pedestrian Dies In Co Antrim Collision
A male pedestrian has died following a road crash in Co Antrim. The incident, involving a vehicle and a pedestrian, happened on the Glenavy Road in Maghaberry at around 11.30pm on Sunday 19 January. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
09 May 2012
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.