Beef carcasses missing following trailer theft
Several beef carcasses have been stolen by thieves who targetted a refridgered container in Co Armagh.
Police have said the theft occurred around 1am on Friday morning when a 40ft container was taken from premises in the Red Lion Road area of Loughgall.
Inspector Leslie Badger said: “The 40ft container, which contained 50 beef carcasses, was stolen from premises in the Red Lion Road area of Loughgall at 1am on Friday.
“The unit was subsequently recovered by Gardaí in Dundalk. However, a significant amount of the beef had been removed.”
Insp Badger added: “This is a distinctive container; and I am appealing to anyone with information, or who noticed any suspicious activity, to contact us on 101 quoting reference number 463 of 06/12/19.”
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