Sheds targeted by thieves

SHEDS in the county are now being targeted by thieves.
Police in Fermanagh have confirmed they are are investigating a report of thefts from sheds.
Const. Lynda Steen said, “A lawnmower and strimmer were taken from a shed in the Belturbet Road area of Derrylin, sometime between Friday 7th August and Sunday 9th August.  Meanwhile, a locked shed in the Teemore Road area of Derrylin was broken into sometime between Thursday (Aug. 6th) and Sunday (Aug. 9th) evening.  A Stihl chainsaw, Stihl quick cut and hedge cutter were taken.” If you can help with Police enquiries please call the 101 number, quoting reference number 36530410815.

In a separate incident police in North Fermanagh are appealing for information.

Inspector Roy Robinson said, “A number of tools, including a Sigma tile cutter, transformer, Hitachi drill, Dewalt cordless drill, Dewalt laser level, small socket set, were stolen from a vehicle parked at Scallen Road, Irvinestown, sometime between 5.30pm on August 6th and 10am the following day (Aug. 7th).”

If you can help police with their enquiries please call the 101 number, quoting reference number 3837815.


Alternatively information about crime can be passed via the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.”

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