Health worker’s car window smashed at medical centre

A healthcare worker has been left disgusted after her car was damaged in a health centre car park while she was at work.
On Friday morning, an employee of Lakeside Medical practice in Enniskillen returned to her car to find that the back window of her car had been smashed.
It is not known whether anything was stolen from the Ford car, but it was significantly damaged during the incident.
The damage occurred sometime between 8.30am and 11.45am on Friday morning, and police have been informed and are investigating the incident.
Police issued an appeal on Facebook saying, “Not something anybody would like to come back to – no note or no contact made with us
“Someone has seen something, it’s a busy location with plenty of people coming and going. Any information would be greatly appreciated.”
This incident comes just one week after Enniskillen man and singer John Garrity had his car broken into and belongings stolen.
Last weekend, John parked his white BMW in a car park on the Wellington Road close to the Royal British Legion and thieves broke the passenger side window and stole his microphone, £3,000 cash, leads, and a pair of Doc Martens.
It was reported that sometime between 9.30pm on Sunday October 20th and 1.25pm on Monday 21st the passenger window of a white BMW had been smashed and a sum of money along with an ipad and laptop have been stolen.
If anyone has any information on either incident, contact police at Enniskillen on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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