Rare car stolen in Co Armagh theft

Published Wednesday, 19 February 2014
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Police have launched an appeal for help after a rare Japanese car was stolen in a Co Armagh theft.

Rare car stolen in Co Armagh theft
Police are investigating the theft. (© Presseye)

The vehicle, a Nissan Silvia car, was taken from a locked shed in the Ballybreagh Road area of Markethill sometime between 7.30pm on Saturday, 8 February and 6pm on Sunday, 9 February.

Police said the car, with the registration plate X795 BTT, was rare and there would only be a small number of the vehicle in Northern Ireland.

They have appealed for anyone with information to contact police on 0845 600 8000.

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john in Antrim wrote (340 days ago):
You seem to know all about the Divis hoods Sean. This was not some hood. It was probably stolen by one of your local hoods Sean. For export Sean. A rare car Sean. Doesn't take much to work it out Sean. I see you support your local sheriff as well. Well with support like that no wonder the police have a hard job. And Lurgan doesn't have hoods then?
Sean in Lurgan wrote (341 days ago):
No doubt the Divis Hoods will have it wrecked, burnt out and posted on facebook before the night is out. All the while the cops sit in their cushy wee offices drinking tea instead of getting these death driving scumbags of our roads. One of the biggest drawbags of having so called 'peace' in this country is that we now have noone to deal with these thugs!!!
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