COPS have quizzed two people in a “fire-resistant” glass fraud probe.
Detectives arrested the pair as part of an inquiry into Glassworks Ireland Ltd.
They have been released on bail pending further inquiries.
Now PSNI officers have urged the public to check any glass bought from the company stamped with the label ‘Pyroguard’.
Glassworks Ireland, based in Randalstown, Co Antrim, didn’t buy Pyroguard from the manufacturer which is a recognised, approved and certified fire-rated glass.
DCI Colin Gillis said in a statement: “There is absolutely no concern regarding Pyroguard products supplied by other companies.
“Our appeal is only to those who have dealt with Glassworks Ireland Ltd.
“It is extremely important that anyone who has had fire-resistant glass supplied by this company takes steps to confirm it is the legitimate product, even if the glass is marked with an ‘official’ stamp and has an accompanying certificate of authenticity implying that it is fire-resistant glass.”