Police believe that a spate of burglaries in three different county Armagh towns could have been linked.
Two of the incidents – in Keady and Middletown – happened on Wednesday while a third – in Markethill – could have happened between June 23 and earlier today.
Detectives in Lurgan are appealing for information in relation to the burglaries which they believe may be related.
Detective Constable Holmes said: “I can confirm that two of these burglaries occurred on Wednesday, 28 June.
“Sometime between 8am and 1.45pm entry was forced to a house in the Richview Heights area of Keady and money along with jewellery was stolen from it.
“On the same day sometime between 12.30pm and 2pm a property in the Monaghan Road area of Middletown had entry forced to it but fortunately nothing was stolen.
“The last of these could have occurred anytime between 23-29 June when entry was forced into a property in the Ballindarragh Road area of Markethill and money along with jewellery stolen from it.
“Detectives are asking that anyone with any information that may assist with any of these incidents contact Lurgan on 101 quoting reference 619 28/06/17, or if they wish to remain anonymous Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
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