Local family ‘shocked and angered’ at recent creeper burglary

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Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016
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Sinn Féin Councillor Roisin Mulgrew has been in contact with a Belleek family who have been left shocked and angered as they have become the latest victims of a creeper robbery in South Armagh. burglary“In the early hours of Saturday 30th of January this family home was broken into and the keys for a van and jeep stolen and the two vehicles driven away,” she said. “It is shocking that these thugs can so blatantly violate someone’s home with absolutely no regard for the occupants or their property. It is essential for anyone with information as to who is responsible for these thefts, where these vehicles are being stored, or to whom these vehicles are being sold, comes forward to the PSNI. Mulgrew added, “The theft of property in these types of crime comes second to the stress and upset caused by knowing these individuals have been brazen enough to violate a family home and all efforts must be made to get those responsible caught.”

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