Police in Craigavon are warning motorists to be aware of deer on roads in the local area following two reports.
Sergeant Alwyn Peters explained: “On Halloween night two motorists told us of a stag in the area of Roundabout two in Criagavon.
“On Sunday, November 2, a deer running across Bleary Road was reported.
“We are simply asking motorists to be aware of the possibility of deer on roads and drive cautiously, particularly at night.”
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