Don’t buy meat from dubious sources!
That’s the message coming from police in Lurgan, as they issued an appeal for information following two burglaries at business premises in the Annesborough Industrial Estate.
Con Johnny Doherty explained: “Sometime overnight between 8.35pm on Thursday, December 4 and 8.30am on Friday, December 5, entry was gained to meat processing premises in the industrial estate.
“A quantity of ham and bacon was taken.
“In a second incident around 5.35am today, Monday, December 8, entry was gained to the same premises and a quantity of pork was taken.
“A vehicle was used to transport the meat.
“We would like to hear from anyone who has information in relation to these burglaries or anyone who is offered meat of this description for sale in suspicious circumstances.
“We can be contacted in Lurgan on the 101 number.”
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