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Witnesses sought to Athlone tyre slashing

Friday, 7th March, 2014 4:50pm
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Witnesses sought to Athlone tyre slashing
Witnesses sought to Athlone tyre slashing

Four cars had their tyres slashed in the Athlone area last weekend.

All of the vehicles were targeted in Beechpark, Ard Rí and Slí an Aifrinn estates between Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2 last, sometime between 11pm and 9am the following morning.

The cars seem to have hit randomly by the culprits, with two tyres on two of cars slashed and all four tyres cut on the other two vehicles.

Gardai are looking for witnesses to any of these incidents to come forward.

Anyone who noticed anyone acting suspiciously in Beechpark, Ard Rí or Slí an Aifrinn areas last Saturday night or early Sunday is urged to call 090 64 92609.

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