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Burglars vandalise church and make off with a collection box

Damage has been caused during a burglary at a church at Waringstown, which also saw a collection box containing money stolen.

The incident happened at the Holy Trinity Church, near Lurgan, sometime over the past two days, August 19 to 21.

Police enquiries into the burglary are continuing and they are appealing for information.

A police spokesperson said: “Some damage was caused to the church and a light oak collection box, containing an amount of money, was taken from the premises.”

Anyone who can help with enquiries is asked to call the non-emergency number on 101.

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