Belfast Telegraph

Burglary and arson at house used by Limavady elderly support charity

A bungalow used by a charity which supports elderly people in the Limavady area has been burgled and set on fire.

Shortly after 7.30 am on Sunday police received a report that a bungalow used by the “Be Safe Be Well Charity” on the Roemill Road in Limavady was on fire.

The fire service and police attended the scene and an investigation has begun into the cause of the fire.

Chief Inspector Alan Hutton, Area Commander said: “I appeal to anyone who was in the Roemill Road area this morning prior to 7.30 am and noticed any suspicious activity or any persons in the area  who has any information that would assist detectives with their enquiries to contact CID at Limavady on 101."

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