Police have appealed for information after a series of break-ins across the borough yesterday (Saturday).
Three homes were broken into during the course of the day.
They also received reports of a suspicious vehicle spotted at Poynyzpass.
The grey metallic Saab had four males on board, all wearing hi-visibility jackets, in the Brannock Meadows area.
It was spotted in the afternoon.
Police want to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicle or has any information and they can be contacted on the non-emergency number 101, quoting ref 1090 18/2/17.
Police say the vehicle was spotted in the afternoon during “the same time period” that a house was broken into at Acton.
Houses were also broken into at Rathfriland Street, Loughbrickland, and at Barban Heights in Dromore.
Anyone with information in relation to the Poyntzpass, Loughbrickland and Dromore burglaries can again contacting 101 using the reference numbers, 1110 18/2/17, 1428 18/2/17 or 1499 18/2/17 respectively.
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