23/05/2019

Building Site Hit In Armagh Burglary

A number of household appliances have been stolen in a spate of burglaries in Armagh.

Four properties in a new build development near Barrick Hill were broken into sometime between 9pm on Tuesday 21 May and 7am on Wednesday morning.

A significant amount of high value kitchen equipment including ovens, hobs, microwaves and plate warmers were stolen as well as a vertical radiator and a number of logic-branded gas boilers.
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The culprits also made off with an amount of tools from the building site, including two Panasonic combi drills, battery packs and a charger as well as a Dewalt Finishing nailer and a kitbag full of decorating equipment.

Police have asked anyone with information about the burglaries to contact detectives on 101 quoting reference 324 of 22/05/19.

Members of the public are also urged to be aware of the stolen items and contact police if they are offered anything that fits the description.



(JG/CM)

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