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Friday, February 26, 2021

’Deliberate skip fire’ started outside Ballymoney business unit

A deliberate fire appears to have been started yesterday evening in a skip outside a business unit on the Ballybrakes industrial estate in Ballymoney.

CCTV shows two individuals acting suspiciously around a skip which was situated outside the showrooms of EFS NI Ltd, before they are seen making off.

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Soon after a passerby noticed the skip alight and reported it to NIFRS, who were soon on the scene to quickly extinguish the blaze.

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Thankfully the damage was limited to the skip and its content but the business has since spoken of their disgust, saying: “So tonight these pair thought it would be funny to set alight the skip at the front of our showroom and if it wasn’t for a passer-by calling the fire brigade there could’ve been a lot more damage done to the frontage of our building.

Police are now in possession of the CCTV from the business premises and have said:

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Police received a report of a skip on fire in the Ballybrakes Road area of Ballymoney on Thursday evening at around 9:20 pm.

”Enquiries are continuing to establish the cause of the fire.”

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