Detectives from Reactive and Organised Crime have charged a further two men following four burglaries in Longfield Heights, Newry, and Blaney Road and Newry Road in Crossmaglen on October 13.
A 24 and 41-year-old man have been charged with burglary and will appear before Newry Magistrates’ Court on 11 November.
A 32-year-old – earlier charged – is also expected to appear the same day.
Two properties in Longfield Heights in Newry were broken into, along with another house on the Blaney Road and one on the Newry Road in Crossmaglen.
As is usual procedure the charges will be reviewed by the PPS.
A vehicle, an old-style blue Audi, has also been seized as part of the investigation.
Detective Inspector David Henderson said: “We are appealing for information in relation to these crimes.
“We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who may have noticed a blue old-style Audi in the Newry or South Armagh areas over recent days. Detectives can be contacted by calling 101. Alternatively information about crime can be given anonymously to the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.”
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