Detectives in Craigavon are appealing for information following the THIRD break in at a meat processing plant in less than a week!
It happened in Annesborough Industrial Estate.
Around 3.30am this morning, Wednesday, December 10, entry was forced to the premises and a quantity of hams stolen.
This is the third burglary at the premises since last Thursday, December 4.
Detective Chief Inspector Stephen Wright said: “We are advising all businesses to be vigilant and asking businesses in the industrial estate and those who live in nearby residential properties to report any suspicious activity to us at the earliest opportunity.
“If you notice vehicles or individuals who appear suspicious or out of place please phone us straight away on 101.
“If anyone has information about these burglaries or is offered meat of this description for sale in suspicious circumstances, please contact detectives in Lurgan on 101.”
If you prefer to provide information without giving your details you can contact the independent Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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