Appeal for information after 2 quads stolen in Co. Fermanagh

Two quads have been reported stolen in Co. Fermanagh in separate incidents. Both were stolen on Monday, October 29.

The first quad stolen was a red Honda 350 quad with a rear bail carrier. It was reported stolen from a farm in the Belcoo area of Co. Fermanagh and police have made an appeal for information.

According to a statement from Police Service Northern Ireland (PSNI), the vehicle was stolen in the early hours of October 29.

It was reported that the vehicle may have been loaded on to the back of a van.

In a separate quad-theft incident, police in Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh are appealing for information following the theft of a red Massey Ferguson 400cc quad.

According to a Facebook post from PSNI Fermanagh, the quad was stolen from the area of Inishroosk Road, Lisnaskea during the night of October 29.

Stolen trailer

The news comes just days after an appeal for information has been launched by the PSNI in relation to a stolen trailer.

Taken at around 10:30am on Thursday, October 25, the Ifor Williams trailer was stolen from Co. Armagh.

Last reported sightings of the implement note it being attached to a navy-coloured Land Rover Defender 4×4.

Issuing an appeal through social media, the PSNI Armagh Facebook page posted: “Once again we need your help in locating the following stolen trailer.

It was stolen from the Markethill area at approximately 10:30am on the morning in question, last seen in direction of Poyntzpass, attached to a navy Land Rover Defender.

The trailer is an Ifor Williams trailer, ID number: VRM D4BTE.