Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Gardai in Castlerea are seeking the public’s help following a series of break-in’s and thefts in the Tulsk area on Monday.

Gardai have confirmed a break-in took place at the Applegreen Filling Station, located on the crossroads in Tulsk village in the early hours of yesterday (Monday) morning. It’s understood the alarm to the premises was activated shortly after 12.50am. It’s understood the premises was entered through the roof of the premises.


Gardai have also confirmed a break-in took place at Burke’s Garage, Clashaganny, during which car keys and a quantity of cash were taken between the hours of 3.30am and 8.20am yesterday (Monday), May 15th. Entry was gained to the premises through a side window.


Gardai believe a car, a silver Mercedes ‘C’ class, registration number 11 RN 1283 was taken and later found abandoned in a field in Cloonfree, near Strokestown.


Meanwhile Gardai have also confirmed a break-in occurred to the outhouse of a private dwelling at Carrownageelaun, Tulsk, between 11pm and 7am also yesterday morning (Monday). Gardai have confirmed three fluorescent jackets were taken in the break-in, which were subsequently discovered in the aforementioned abandoned car at Cloonfree, near Strokestown.


In a separate incident, Gardai are also seeking the public’s assistance following the theft of a ‘Murphy’ twin axle trailer, stolen from Knockavurea, Tulsk, between the hours of 11.30pm last Friday night and 7pm on Saturday morning. Gardai believe a van was moved to gain access to the ‘8 X 4’ trailer. Any information to the Gardai in Castlerea on 094-9621630.


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