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The Argus - - NEWS -

THERE were fresh warn­ings to mo­torists to be vig­i­lant about leav­ing valu­ables in ve­hi­cles af­ter an­other spate of break ins to cars across the area over the last week.

The lat­est, on Sun­day morn­ing, was re­ported at Tu­dor grove, where the owner dis­cov­ered the win­dow of her car smashed af­ter it had been parked overnight out­side her home.

Later on Sun­day, gar­dai re­ceived re­ports of a break in to a ve­hi­cle parked at Black­gate, Ravens­dale. The owner had parked up some­time around 4pm, and had gone for a walk. He re­turned to find the car bro­ken into, and a heart mon­i­tor stolen from in­side the ve­hi­cle, along with a small quan­tity of cash.

Gar­dai also con­firmed re­ports of regis­tra­tion plates be­ing stolen from a car parked along Chapel Street. The ve­hi­cle was a Chrysler grand voy­ager, with the stolen plates bear­ing the regis­tra­tion WV11 S2W.

Mean­while gar­dai are treat­ing as sus­pi­cious a fire which broke out in the ex­ten­sion of a house at Park One, Muirhev­namor on Sun­day night. A num­ber of knives were also found at the scene.

Dun­dalk Fire ser­vice and gar­dai were also in at­ten­dance at a car fire in Glen­more Park last Tues­day. The ve­hi­cle has since been re­moved from the scene.

Gar­dai are in­ves­ti­gat­ing a break in to the Em­manuel Com­mu­nity Church in Seatown on Thurs­day morn­ing last. Two men were seen leav­ing the premises.

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