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Man arrested as goods stolen in Armagh burglary recovered

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A 35-year-old man has been arrested and a quantity of stolen goods recovered in relation to a burglary at a convenience store on the Cathedral Road, in Armagh.
Some time between 1am and 5am on Saturday, July 26, entry was forced to a storage shed at the rear of the premises.
A number of boxes of goods were taken during the incident.
The man, who was arrested during a proactive policing operation at residential premises at the Drummanmore Road area on Friday, August 8, was released on police bail pending further enquiries.

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