Donegal Sinn Féin representatives have met the PSNI to discuss cross border crime in what is being described as historic,frank and positive meeting.
Deputy Padraig Mac Lochlainn said the meeting with the PSNI in Derry was an initiative instigated by growing concerns as to the activity of cross-border crime and a perception that gangs can ‘border hop’ with ease after committing burglaries and other offences.
Councillors Jack Murray and Gerry McMonagle were also part of the Sinn Fein delegation.
Deputy MacLochlainn says the meeting was constructive:
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