26/09/2018

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.
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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."

(CM)

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