£13,000 ATV vehicle stolen from Ballygawley business

Image of thief on CCTV

AN all-terrain vehicle worth approximately £13,000 was stolen from a business premises in Ballygawley.

CCTV captured the perpetrators at All Spares ATV in Ballygawley at approximately 3am on Monday, August 28.


They have not yet been identified, and police are appealing for information.

Proprietor of All Spares ATV, Lee Galloway, is angered by the brazen conduct of the thieves.

“They were captured on CCTV lurking around three and half hours before. It was unnerving to witness.” he said. 

“It’s even more disturbing to think these thieves continually operate in the local area.

I urge the community to remain vigilant and to keep property safe, as there is no telling what measures they will take.”

“The quad is a Renegade Can Am 1000cc Triple Black – the only one of its kind in Ireland.”

Issuing a statement in relation to the incident, the PSNI said, “At approximately 3am on Monday, August 28 a shed was entered and a black Renegade Can-Am 1000cc quad stolen.


“Sergeant Gibson would appeal to anyone who saw any vehicles acting suspiciously in the area or anyone who may be offered this vehicle for sale to contact Police at Dungannon on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 242 28/08/17.

“Alternatively, if someone would prefer to provide information without giving their details they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 1111.”


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