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Homes and businesses burgled

Gardaí are appealing for information on a number of burglaries around the city and county last weekend.

A house in Crestwood on the Coolagh Road, Menlo, was broken into between 2am and 10am on Sunday July 2. Two children's bicycles were stolen in the incident. The bicycles were later recovered. Anybody with information on this burglary is asked to contact Galway Garda Station at 091 538000.

Also overnight on Sunday, a house in The Birches in Tuam was broken into. An iPhone 7 plus and some medication were taken in the course of the burglary. Anybody who heard or saw anything suspicious in the area on Sunday night is asked to contact Tuam Garda Station on 093 70840.

Between Saturday evening and Sunday morning a shed at a house in Lisheeneenaun in Kinvara was broken into and a McCullough strimmer and a Stihl chainsaw were taken. Anyone with information is asked to contact Gort Garda Station on 091 636400.

Fitness 35 in the Briarhill Shopping Centre was also broken into over the weekend and a substantial amount of cash was stolen from the premises. This burglary occurred at some time between Saturday evening and Monday morning. Anyone with information is asked to contact the crime unit at Galway Garda Station on 091 538028.

Tools stolen from parked vans

Gardaí are ask ing people to be on the lookout for a number of tools which were stolen from two vans in Newcastle this week.

The vehicles, a grey LDV van and a white Cargo Dispatch, were broken into on Monday between 2pm and 3pm. Both had the locks tampered with.

Items stolen included a blue Makita Stihl saw, an SDS drill, a yellow Dewalt Kango with black trim, an orange 9” Stihl saw, a planer, a path nail gun, two batteries, and a router.

Anyone who saw anything out of the ordinary on Monday afternoon in Newcastle, or who has any information, is asked to contact Galway Garda Station at 091 538000.

John Muldoon - the fresh face of Supermac’s

Connacht Rugby captain John Muldoon is a new ambassador for Supermac’s.

Muldoon will be promoting Supermac's "Fresh" range of Irish beef and chicken products.

Supermac's says Muldoon, who comes from a strong farming background, is a natural fit for the campaign.

“We are delighted to have John on board as brand ambassador for our fresh range of products,” Supermac’s MD, Pat McDonagh said. “John is an icon of Irish rugby and has proven himself as a great competitor. He has always brought a fresh approach to his demeanour on and off the pitch. He is a natural fit for this fresh range of products and the Supermac’s brand in general.”

John Muldoon says Supermac’s is an integral part of the communities in which they are located.

“One of the things that makes Supermac’s unique is that they listen to their customers and give them what they want. One of the things customers look for is fresh 100 per cent Irish beef and chicken. When you compare these fresh products to frozen offerings, you know the customer is the primary focus of what Supermac’s do.”

Supermac’s is the longest serving sponsor of a GAA intercounty team, having begun its sponsorship of Galway hurling in 1991. Supermac’s now sponsors Galway Football, Galway Camogie, Galway Ladies Football, Galway Ladies Soccer, Galway United, and now John Muldoon.

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