14/12/2021

Teenagers Arrested After Stolen Tractor Involved In Hit-And-Run Collisions

Three teenager boys have been arrested in connection with a series of hit-and-run collisions involving a stolen tractor.

Shortly after 3.30am this morning, police responded to a report of a stolen tractor in County Monaghan. A short time later the stolen tractor was discovered on Tivnacree Road in Derrynoose. Police have said that the tractor was involved in a number of "hit-and-run" collisions between the time it was stolen and discovered.
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The teenagers, aged 16, 18 and 19, were arrested on suspicion of driving while unfit through drink and drugs, and dangerous driving.

Anyone who may have seen the tractor is asked to contact police.

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