Louth footballer calls on people to be vigilant after break-in to his Blackrock home
Louth GAA footballer Jim McEneaney has warned people in the area to be vigilant after his house was ransacked on Wednesday afternoon.
Jim, son of former county manager Eamonn, took to social media to outline the details of the break-in to the family home in Blackrock.
He said: “For anyone on the Rock Road and Blackrock in general. Home house in The Orchard got robbed and ransacked today at 12.12pm. Neighbours camera showing what looks like an Audi A4/A6, but not clear, so if anyone has cameras in the Rock would you mind checking them between 11.45am and 12.30pm today as according to the Gardai, the same crew seems to have robbed a number of places in Blackrock, Hackballscross and a number of other villages/towns.
“If not, just a reminder to keep an eye on your neighbours homes and look out for each other 🙌🏼 🙌🏼 💪🏼”
Anyone with information on the break-in is asked to contact Dundalk Garda Station on 042 9335577.