‘Criminal damage will not be tolerated’ – Hearty

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Friday, November 9th, 2012
Sinn Féin Councillor Terry Hearty has condemned the ‘unacceptable’ actions in Lismore Park Crossmaglen over the weekend when a car was driven into a resident’s newly built wall around their house. Speaking to Newry Times, Councillor Hearty said, “This incident is completely unacceptable! I visited Mr Kelly to examine the substantial damage that was carried out to both his car and his wall. This was a very frightening experience for him and his partner.” “The working committee, which has been set up for residents to highlight any difficulties in the area, and to work with the statutory bodies Housing Executive, PSNI and representatives from the community, to resolve these issues. He added, “I would urge any residents facing difficulties in this area to come to meetings so we can try to resolve any issues that may arise. Criminal damage will not be tolerated, those responsible for this senseless act will have to suffer the consequences of their actions.”
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