Three arrests and items recovered after Newry burglaries

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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014
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Local detectives, along with their colleagues in Armagh Response and Neighbourhood, have arrested three people following a number of burglaries and attempted burglaries. Police launched an investigation following reports of burglaries at Willow Dean, Markethill, and Bracken Close, Newry. The investigation also centred around attempted burglaries at Ravens Glen and Latt Villas in Newry overnight between Saturday, 4th October and Sunday, 5th October. A computer, mobile phone and cash were taken from the house in Bracken Close while a van was stolen from Willow Dean. This van was later recovered by An Garda Siochana in Dublin. Speaking to Newry Times, Inspector Kieran Quinn, Armagh Neighbourhood and Response, said, “We conducted the planned search of a house in Mullacreevie Park on Monday, 6th October and seized a number of items including mobile phones, clothing and tools. “A silver Volkswagen Passat car was also seized. Items were also recovered from subsequent searches in the Callanbridge and Aghanore Walk areas. “We arrested three people, two men aged 34 and 36 years old and a 36 year old female, for burglary and attempted burglary offences. They were later released on bail pending further enquiries. Inspector Quinn added, “Our investigation is ongoing and I would ask anyone with information in relation to the incidents above to contact detectives in Newry on the 101 number.” If you prefer to provide information without giving your details you can contact the independent Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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