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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Police looking to locate outstanding vehicle from Portstewart RTC

On Friday 21st August 2020 at approximately 19:45 hours a 2 vehicle Road Traffic Collision occurred on The Mill Road, Portstewart, involving a Navy Saloon vehicle believed to be a Volkswagen Bora and a blue BMW 8 Series.

Police are making efforts to locate the Navy Saloon vehicle as it did not remain at the scene of the Road Traffic Collision.

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The Navy Saloon Volkswagen should have significant front bumper damage and a missing driver side wing mirror.

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If any witnesses have any information in relation to this Road Traffic Collision, please contact 101 and quote reference 1797 of 21/08/2020.

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