7 February 2014 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Gardai in Monaghan have warned householders to be vigilant following two creeper burglaries that occurred in Monaghan town and Carrickmacross last weekend.

An ‘09 Silver VW Passat car was taken in the early hours of Saturday morning, 1st February following a creeper burglary in the Manor Wood estate in Monaghan town.

An ‘04 black VW Golf was also stolen in the early hours of Saturday morning from the Lough Na Glack estate in Carrickmacross following another creeper burglary.

Gardai have warned householders to secure their car keys at night and to set their house alarms. They have also urged people not to leave laptops or phones overnight in areas where they may be stolen if their house is burgled.

Gardai are seeking information in relation to another burglary that happened on Saturday evening, 1st February between 8pm and 10pm at Kileef, Tyholland. A house was broken into near Tyholland border crossing.

Information is also being sought in relation to a house burglary that occurred on Sunday afternoon, 2nd February in the Killymarley area off the Dublin Road from Monaghan town.

Gardai believe this burglary happened at 3pm and are asking people who may have had any suspicious callers on Sunday afternoon, 2nd February to contact Monaghan Gardai on 047 77200.

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