Water Meter Installation Equipment Stolen In Waterford

Gardaí in Waterford have appealed for information following the theft of equipment used for installing water meters.

It is understood the equipment was stolen from Fíodh Mór housing estate sometime between 19:00 and 23:30 on Tuesday.

It followed a number of residents from the estate blocking access to Irish Water workers, who were attempting to install water meters on Tuesday.

Gardaí are currently in attendance at the estate as a stand off between residents and workers is ongoing.


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