The two young boys who were killed in an IRA bomb attack in Warrington, Cheshire.
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Plaque dedicated to boys killed in IRA bomb stolen

Thieves have stolen a metal plaque erected in memory of two young boys who were killed in an IRA bomb attack in Warrington, Cheshire.

Tim Parry, who was 12, and Johnathan Ball, aged three, died in 1993 when two bombs detonated in the town centre injuring 54 people.

The A3 size plaque is thought to have a scrap metal value of no more than £30.

Judith Moritz reports.

  • 18 May 2012