Appeal As Co Down Companies Burgled

Police are appealing for information following burglaries of two businesses in Comber, Co Down.

According to reports, entry was gained to a commercial premises on Railway Street at around 3.30am on Wednesday morning, 18 March.

A sum of cash was taken.
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Police then received a further report that morning of a similar burglary of a premises on Mill Street. It's believed entry was gained sometime between 5.30 pm on Tuesday, March 17 and 9.30 am on Wednesday. Another quantity of cash was stolen.

Detectives are investigating a link between the two incidents.

Anyone with information believed to be relevant is urged to contact detectives on 101 quoting reference 500 of 18/03/20 and 266 of 18/03/20.

Details can also be provided anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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