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UK News Downpatrick home raided and car stolen as young family enjoy midterm holiday

11:00  28 october  2019
11:00  28 october  2019 Source:

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A young family have been left devastated after their home was broken into and car stolen while they were on holidays.

Police are appealing for information following the report of the burglary in the Meadowlands area of Downpatrick at the weekend.

Car keys for a black Ford Fiesta – registration number EXZ 5623– were taken, and the vehicle subsequently stolen from outside the house. Two TV sets were also taken.

Sergeant Heatley said: "We received a report in the early hours of yesterday morning, Saturday 26 October, that a house had been broken into at some stage between 11pm on Friday night and 1.15am on Saturday morning.

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"We are appealing to anyone with information, or who may have noticed any suspicious activity in the area that night, to contact us on 101, quoting reference number 92 of 26/10/19.

"Alternatively, information can be provided to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, which is 100% anonymous and gives people the power to speak up and stop crime."

SDLP Councillor John Trainor condemned the burglary and encouraged locals to take care coming into the darker evenings.

He told Belfast Live: "This is a terrible crime to take place at any time of the year but especially in the months leading up to Christmas.

"Anyone who may have information on this crime should contact the PSNI to support their efforts in finding those responsible and bringing them to justice.

"Coming into the winter months with the darker nights we must be more vigilant and ensure that we protect our Properties. The PSNI have great online resources on protecting your home, your garden, on protecting oil and diesel and much more.

"I would encourage people to have a look at these resources and to implement preventative measures if possible. Thieves are always looking for opportunities so making it more challenging can be a deterrent to them."

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