Police have urged residents in the ABC borough to remain vigilant after the same car was involved in two separate burglaries earlier today (Sunday).
The second of these incidents happened outside a church in Tandragee.
A black BMW 118, bearing the registration OY64XCW, is believed to have been involved in a burglary this morning in Lurgan.
That incident was preceded by the theft of a hand bag from a car parked at a church in the Tandragee area.
If you noticed anything suspicious, or even seen this incident unfold, please report to police on 101. If you witness a crime in action, always call 999.
There are no further details at this stage.
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