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Concern at anti-social behaviour in Tempo

AS ONE FERMANAGH village appeals to those causing antisocial disturbances at the weekend, in another a former vandal has apologised and is now working with the local community.

In recent weeks the community in Tempo have unfortunately seen a return to anti-social antics of last summer. For example, police had to issue an appeal for information after a bin was set on fire on the Main Street. Then, this weekend past, there was further disturbances.

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