17/09/2019

Hay Sheds Targeted In Co Down Arson Attacks

Police are appealing for information following three suspected arson attacks overnight in County Down.

Three hay sheds, located in Dromore, Banbridge and Ballinskeagh were set alight between 11pm on Monday evening, 16 September and 1.05am on Tuesday.

All three sheds were damaged during the incidents.

Police are investigating a potential link between the attacks, which they are treating as "deliberate ignitions".
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Anyone who witnessed suspicious activity on the Blackskull Road in Dromore, Steens Hill in Banbridge or Mountainview Road in Ballinskeagh is urged to contact police on 101, quoting reference number 75 of 17/09/19.

Details can also be provided in confidence via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



(JG/CM)

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