Police in Armagh have once again issued an appeal following a ‘suspicious incident’ in Loughgall on September 5.
Police are keen to locate the driver of a white van who was travelling on the Derryloughan Road around 12.30pm on that particular Friday afternoon.
Officers received a report that the driver of a van spoke to a child who was playing in a garden. There is no report of a crime however police would like to speak to the driver.
If you were driving a van in the area on 5 September around this time please contact police in Armagh on the 101 number.
Speaking previously, PSNI Inspector Gary Jones confirmed to Armagh I: “Police received a report of a suspicious incident in Derryloughan Road area of Loughgall on Friday, September 5.
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