PSNI warning over suspicious activity

SUSPICIOUS activity in the Brookeborough area has lead to calls from two local councillors for residents to remain vigilant.
Social media was alight with locals alerting others in the area, including reports of alleged suspicious activity in the Carrickapolin Road area last week.
On Monday similar social media posts were shared in regard to suspicious activity in the neighbouring Maguiresbridge area.
Councillor Victor Warrington called on residents to report any suspicious activity to the Police.
“I would encourage residents to continue to be on the look out. If you notice any suspicious activity in area the Police can be contacted on 101. Be alert, and if there is an opportunity to get a car registration note the plate down and pass the information on.”
Brookeborough Councillor Sheamus Greene added, “These reports are getting very common now and it is a case of reminding everyone to remain vigilant.
“Watch out for cars or people acting suspiciously round about, look out for your neighbours and the elderly in the community, especially now as the evenings are getting darker.”
The PSNI were contacted in regard to the alleged suspicious activity in the Carrickapolin Road area last week. At the time of print a response had not ben received.

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