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Damage caused to school in Donaghmore

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Police have appealed for communities to look out for their local schools during the summer months.

This comes after it was reported that damage was caused to a hut and the roof at a school on Main Street, Donaghmore.

Police would appeal for the whole community to help protect local schools when they are closed over the summer break.

Police are asking anyone who lives near to a school to be extra vigilant and report anyone acting suspiciously to police on 999 immediately.

Public information is vital to helping local police respond effectively.

If you see anything unusual or anyone acting suspiciously on school premises after hours or during holidays to telephone police on 101 or in an emergency, dial 999 and ask for the service you require.

Alternatively information about crime can be passed to the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.

 

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