An interest for information has been done by authorities following a thievery of quads in dual apart incidents in new days in Northern Ireland.
In an interest from Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) officers formed in a Fermanagh and Omagh region, internal officers said:
“Police are questioning a thievery that took place between 7:30pm on Wednesday, Jul 15, and 8:30am on Thursday, Jul 16, from a Leighan Road, Derrygonnelly.
A Honda quad bike was taken from a property. It is sincerely particular with immature camouflage.
“If we have any information relating to this greatfully phone us on 101 quoting military anxiety 413 of 16/7/20,” a PSNI matter concluded.
Meanwhile, in a apart information appeal, PSNI officers in a Armagh and Down segment have sought sum in propinquity to another quad theft:
“Taking to amicable media yesterday morning, Thursday, Jul 16, PSNI officers asked: “Were we on a Blackisland Road, Portadown, between a hours of midnight and 9:00am [Thursday] morning?”
“If so did we notice a next graphic quad or any questionable behaviour? Police perceived a news that this quad was stolen during this time.
“If we have any information greatfully call 101 quoting ref 467 16/7/2020,” a PSNI officers’ matter concluded.