Fire extinguisher stolen

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Police in Lisburn believe young adults from Banbridge could provide them with vital information in locating a stolen fire extinguisher taken from a fast food outlet at Sprucefield in Lisburn, in December.

On December 22, 2015 at 3am an adult male, aged between 20 to 25 years, of medium build, with short dark hair wearing blue jeans, a white shirt and a school tie, stole a fire extinguisher from McDonald’s.

The male had arrived at the food outlet on a coach from Banbridge, with other adults both male and female dressed in school uniform.

The group are believed to be associated with young farmers from all over Northern Ireland.

The suspect in the theft is believed to reside in the Hillsborough or Moira area.

The suspect left the scene in a blue van driven by another male whom police wish to speak to also in relation to the theft. If anyone has information regarding this, they are asked to contact Constable Green at Lisburn PSNI on 101.