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McCaul condemns those responsible for Feeney security alert

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Sinn Féin Councillor Tony McCaul has said that the local community is again the victims of the activities of people who have been rejected time and time again

Councillor McCaul said,

“The warning of an explosive device being left in the Carnanbane Road Feeney has caused upset to the daily routine of local people.

“This vague warning is similar to the one in Drumsurn a fortnight ago who caused disruption to the local population for four days.

“The people who are carrying out these acts are offering nothing but misery to the very community they claim to represent.

“If they have the interests of the local community at heart then they would listen to it and desist immediately from this type of activity.

“I would appeal for vigilance at this time and that whoever is responsible for leaving the device to give more details so that it can be safely removed before someone is seriously injured or killed.”

 

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