Over a thousand people turn out for public meeting in Manorcunningham

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 manormeetingThe communities of Manorcunningham and Dromoghill have said they will stand “shoulder to shoulder” with those targeted in a recent spate of break ins.
Over a thousand people turned out for a public meeting in Manor Community Centre last night.
The meeting was so packed, that people had to stand outside the main hall in hallways and even outside.
Local businessman Tony Morning, who organised last nights meeting, said the turn out was unbelievable:


Meanwhile last nights meeting began with a minutes silence for Suzy Arthur who was injured in a robbery at her home in Tullyrapp last July and subsequently died in hospital three months later.
Her nephew Joe McKeon also attended last nights meeting, and he said it sends a clear message to those responsible for these break-ins:

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