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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Ballymoney property searched as part of paramilitary related serious crime

A property in the Trinity Drive area of Ballymoney, was searched by PSNI officers on Monday.

A Police spokesperson said: “Detectives investigating paramilitary-related serious crime in North Antrim area conducted a search of a property in Trinity Drive in Ballymoney yesterday (Monday, 7th September).”

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A number of items were seized and taken away for further forensic examination.”

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There are no further details.

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