Police Six: June 1992

Police Six: June 1992

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Details

Location

Ulster Television studios

Year

1992

Date

Transmission 03/06/1992

Length

05min 27sec

Audio

sound

Format

Betacam

colour

Source

Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)

Courtesy

Department for Communities, ITV, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, UTV Archive

Rights Holder

ITV

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Description

Police Six with Keith Burnside review another busy week for thieves and criminal investigators. A wide range of items changed owners in some well executed (others not so much) robberies across Northern Ireland. First, a burglary in Lurgan where police was left bewildered as they found a crucial bit of evidence, a screwdriver, at the crime scene. This screwdriver, believed to belong to the thief, features initials and a full name on its handle. Is this a clue to the identity of the thief or a trap designed to lead the investigators astray?

Another theft took place in St Patrick's and St Brigid's College in Claudy, County Derry where Archimedes 440 computer was stolen along with a monitor and other equipment. In Ballygowan, several antique bronze statues of athletes were stolen, and some expensive jumpers taken from a shop in Coleraine. Police also appeals for information with regards to a caravan stolen from the Newcastle area as well as a missing pipe threader last seen on the grounds of in Moneyrea Primary School, Carryduff.

Credits

Presented by Keith Burnside
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