Thieves cut through wire fence to steal pallets

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THIEVES cut through a wire fence and took over 160 wooden pallets from a business in Enniskillen earlier this month.
Police have appealed to the public for information following the theft from a premises at the Carran Business Park on Wednesday, August 8th.
The incident took place sometime between 7.50pm and 9pm. The thieves later dumped some of the pallets near by.
The PSNI said: “It is thought the perpetrators may have cut through a wire perimeter fence and entered the site and removed 160 wooden pallets, however 60 were later recovered from a field between the premises and the by-pass Crannog way.”
Anyone with any information is asked to call 101.
Meanwhile, police are also appealing for information following a crash in Tempo last month, in which locals helped the driver get out of the car.
The collision happened on the Cullion Road, Tempo on July 28th. Constable Martin Wynne said police now required the help of the public to further their investigation.
“Our enquiries have been ongoing, however we now seek your help,” said Con Wynne. “On Saturday July 28th at approximately 9.10pm, an RTC [road traffic collision] involving a black Vauxhall Astra VRM occurred on the Cullion Road Tempo. It is understood the driver of the vehicle was assisted out of the vehicle by some members of the public.”

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