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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Car damaged overnight on a Ballymoney Estate

Damage was caused to the window of a car parked on the Glebeside estate in Ballymoney overnight.

The incident occurred in the Belford Park area of the estate.

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The Police have said that they; “received the report of damage to the front windscreen of a car parked in the Belford Park area of Ballymoney.

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“The incident occurred at some stage overnight (between the night of 29 April and the morning of 30 April).”

If you have any information or witnessed the incident, contact local Police on 101.

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