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Police investigate criminal damage incident in Feeny

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Police investigate criminal damage incident in Feeny thumbnailThe damage caused to the house in Feeny on Sunday night.

POLICE in Limavady are appealing for witnesses following the report of criminal damage at a house in the Cherry Lane area of Feeny on Sunday April 8.
At around 10pm, it was reported that a tractor had been driven into the side of a house, which was unoccupied at the time. Significant damage was caused to the exterior and interior of the property. The tractor, which was taken from a building site in the Feeny area, was found a short time later abandoned on the outskirts of the village on the Glenshane Road. Detective Inspector Bob Blemmings said: "This is a shocking level of criminal damage directed by, or committed by an individual with absolutely no regard for who they could have injured in the process of this reckless act. "I firmly believe there are people in the local community who know who carried out this appalling crime. "I would ask anyone who knows anything about this incident, or who was in Feeny village prior to or around the time the incident was reported to Police and saw any suspicious behaviour, to contact us.

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