Three Irish visitors have been charged with impersonating government workers and taking money by deceit.
The men, Patrick Sheridan, John Quillgan and David Gammell, all in their early twenties, appeared in court on Wednesday (31 October.)
They were charged with obtaining property by deception, impersonating a public officer and working without a permit.
According to police, the men went to a business place on North Church Street on Saturday (27 October) claiming to be employed by the National Roads Authority.
They offered to paint the car-park. The business owner later found out they were not employed here and reported them to the RCIPS. They were granted bail. They are back in court next Tuesday (6 November.)