Cash and jewellery taken in Newry burglary

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Police in Newry are appealing for information following a burglary in Drumgullion Avenue. psni14Sometime between 10.30am and 11.40am on Thursday, 30th April, entry was forced to a house in Drumgullion Avenue. A small sum of cash and a quantity of jewellery were taken. Speaking to Newry Times, Constable Steven Lawson said, “Three males were seen making off from the rear of the property. All three are described as being in their late teens to early twenties, of around 5ft 10in tall and were wearing gloves. “The first male was wearing blue jeans, a grey jumper and white trainers and has light brown hair. The second male was wearing a black hoody, blue, faded jeans and had short, brown hair. The third male was wearing a dark top. “We would like to hear from anyone who has information in relation to this incident and we can be contacted in Newry on 101, quoting ref: 379 300415.” 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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2 Comments for “Cash and jewellery taken in Newry burglary”

  1. John Mc Cabe

    The burgularly at Drumgullion Ave should be roundly condemned and although it happened during the morning time it does not alleviate residents fears for safety at night. This has been exacerbated recently with the removal of four street lights in a row in the centre of the estate plunging a sizeable portion of the estate into complete darkness. These street lights served their purpose well since the construction of Drumgullion and their removal to me was a money saving exercise without any due concern for residents particularly the elderly and vulnerable. Already back gates have been opened and gardens searched in this ‘blackout’ and drinking dens have started as the darkness hide people’s identities in back entries.The removal of these lights will only serve to increase anti-social behaviour with the middle of the estate enabling people to skulk about under the protection of darkness! In the interests of safety, security and crime prevention these lights should be replaced immediately.

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