A quad and a mountain bike have been stolen during a burglary in the Keady area.
It happened on the Derrynoose Road sometime between 11pm on Wednesday and 10.30am on Thursday, July 27.
The red Honda 500 quad – similar to that pictured – was taken, along with a green and black coloured mountain bike.
The quad had the registation plates GXZ4225 when stolen.
Police say a white van was seen acting suspiciously in the area.
“If you can assist us in any way please contact us on 101 quoting ref 481 27/7/17,” said a PSNI spokesperson.
Also on the same night, at Mulcreevy Park in Keady, a man’s van was broken into and tools, along with a wallet containing cash, bank cards and driving licence were also taken.
It is not known if the incidents are connected.
The man’s wife had appealed directly through Armagh I to anyone with information or offered tools for sale to come forward.
Again the police can be contacted using the non-emergency number 101.
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