Thieves target church goers


Police in Fermanagh are investigating a number of thefts over the weekend.

Three church goers had their vehicles broken into at church premises on the Killadeas Road, Lisnarick on Sunday (July 19th). Meanwhile, sometime between 9.40am and 10.10am on Sunday, two cars were broken into while parked outside a church in the Teemore Road area of Derrylin. Two vehicles were broken into in the vicinity of Florencecourt, windows were smashed but nothing was taken.

A vehicles was also broken into close to chapel premises in the Marble Arch Road area of Florencourt.


Inspector Roy Robinson said, “Police enquiries are ongoing and we would appeal for information regarding any of these incidents. We understand the distress motorists feel when their vehicle is broken into and belongings taken. We understand that in many instances vehicles are secured and belongings are placed out of sight but it is perhaps worthwhile asking all motorists to ensure their vehicles are locked and that belongings hidden from view at all times. If you would like further advice on keeping yourself and your property safe, please contact your local crime prevention officer or on the 101 number. If you saw anything suspicious or can help with our enquiries please call the 101, quoting reference number 49919715. Alternatively information about crime can be passed via the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.”

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