Police are investigating a number of incidents of criminal damage in Markethill at the weekend.
A PSNI spokesperson said: “The incidents are believed to have occurred after a band parade on the evening of Friday 3 June.”
In one instance a homeowner awoke on Saturday 4 June to find the fencing around his property had been ripped from the ground and thrown into a nearby field.
In another, the name of a paramilitary organisation was scraped into the paintwork of a Volvo car in Bunker Hill area.
Constable Mark Purdy said: “An alarming number of residents found damage outside their homes on Saturday morning and one lady even had her bike stolen.
“Causing wanton destruction to other people’s property is completely unacceptable. I am appealing to anyone who can help us identify the people involved to get in touch on 101.”
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