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northernirelandworld.com 10 Jan, 2022 11:30 am

Angle grinder used during break in at Craigavon shops after fire gutted popular take away, says PSNI

Angle grinder used during break in at Craigavon shops after fire gutted popular take away, says PSNI
An investigation has been launched by police following a break in at shops in Craigavon just hours after the NI Fire and Rescue Service put out a blaze at a popular takeaway.

“Thankfully the business is still able to serve the local community, however this incident could have been a lot worse where the business owners could have lost their livelihood and the local community losing a valuable resource.“Hopefully the damage isn’t as bad as it looks and hopefully our local shop has avoided any damage also as the local community would be lost without you all.“Michelles Kitchen Tullygally has served our local community and more for many years!Michelle’s Kitchen in Tullygally was devasted in a blaze on December 30 and just hours later criminals used an angle-grinder to gain entry to nearby shops.

Firefighters tackle a blaze at Michelle's Kitchen, Tullygally Shops, Craigavon.” A large blaze at Michelle's Kitchen, Tullygally Shops, Craigavon.

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