14/04/2021

Fire In Dungannon Leaves Car 'Completely Gutted'

An investigation has launched after a fire in Dungannon left a car "completely gutted".

Police received a report of a fire in the Old English Road shortly before 11pm on Tuesday, 13 April.
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The PSNI attended the scene and are working to establish the cause of the fire.

Police are appealing to anyone with information to contact them.

(CD)

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