Vigilance urged after break-in

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Friday, November 6th, 2015
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Sinn Féin councillor Liz Kimmins has urged people to be vigilant following a break in of a car parked at a house in the Chapel Road in Meigh in the early hours of Monday morning. car theftA number of items were taken and Kimmins urged people to take all possible precautions when it comes to safeguarding their property. “I would also ask them to look out for friends and neighbours, particularly those who may be more vulnerable to these crimes. She added, “These criminals have no respect for people or property. They are getting ever more audacious and we won’t stop them with individuals looking out for themselves; the only way to defeat them is for communities to look out for each other.”

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