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GAA club in Co Tyrone extensively damaged in arson attack

Published 04/04/2016

Connell Donnelly inside the gutted interior of his fitness suite at Moy GAA Club. A gym has been destroyed in a suspected arson attack at a GAA club in Moy, County Tyrone.
Firefighters put out the fire that started at about 23:00 BST on Sunday.
Extensive damage was caused to a new gym beside the Tír na nÓg clubhouse.
The clubhouse was badly damaged in a similar attack in September 2015.
PACEMAKER BELFAST 04/04/2016
Connell Donnelly inside the gutted interior of his fitness suite at Moy GAA Club. A gym has been destroyed in a suspected arson attack at a GAA club in Moy, County Tyrone. Firefighters put out the fire that started at about 23:00 BST on Sunday. Extensive damage was caused to a new gym beside the Tír na nÓg clubhouse. The clubhouse was badly damaged in a similar attack in September 2015. PACEMAKER BELFAST 04/04/2016
Connell Donnelly inside the gutted interior of his fitness suite at Moy GAA Club. A gym has been destroyed in a suspected arson attack at a GAA club in Moy, County Tyrone. Firefighters put out the fire that started at about 23:00 BST on Sunday. Extensive damage was caused to a new gym beside the Tír na nÓg clubhouse. The clubhouse was badly damaged in a similar attack in September 2015. PACEMAKER BELFAST 04/04/2016

A GAA club in Co Tyrone has been extensively damaged following an arson attack.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses following the attack on the Benburn Road in Moy on Sunday April 3.

Shortly before 11pm police received a report that a gym beside the main clubhouse was on fire.

Police and NIFRS attended and the fire was extinguished.

Extensive damage was caused to the building as a result of the fire.

Detective Inspector Will Tate is appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident or anyone with any information that can assist with the investigation to contact Detectives in Cookstown Police Station on 101. Information can also be passed anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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