Public meeting organised in Headford after rise in burglaries

Galway Daily news Galway sees decline in burglaries over the past year

A public meeting has been organised in Headford following a number of break-ins in the area.

The meeting will take place in St. Fursey’s Hall at 8pm on Monday, and will discuss home security, farm security and cybercrime among other topics.

Local Gardaí and the crime prevention officer will be present at the meeting.

Cllr Andrew Reddington encouraged as many people as possible to attend.

The councillor said that he was at a similar crime prevention meeting in Tuam before, and found it ‘extremely informative’.

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