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Friday, April 23, 2021

Anger at PSNI Facebook post during licences premises checks in Ballymoney

An social media post by Police regarding licenced premises checks in Ballymoney had caused outrage and anger over a picture posted appearing to single out one business in particular.

Following concerns from locals that this could be construed as the licenced premisis being in breach of the current COVID regulations, the Ballymoney Bubble contacted Police for clarification.

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We can now confirm that neither this nor any other licenced premises in Ballymoney we’re found in breach with police confirming to us ‘NO breaches detected’.

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UPDATE: The earlier Facebook post has now been removed following a request from the business owners.

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