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Friday, February 26, 2021

Shooting Incident at Charles Street Ballymoney

At around 10.30pm, Friday evening at the Spice House takeaway at the bottom of Charles Street, what sounded like shots were heard.

A car parked out front of the takeaway sustained damage to the rear.

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It’s has also been reported that people were seen leaving the scene in a hurry.

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Police have sealed off the area and the police helicopter was up for a period of time.


Speaking to FUSE FM, both Councillor John Finlay and MLA Mervyn Storey condemned this incident.

Mr Storey said, “This type of incident has no place in our community.”

Cllr Finlay said, “The shooting in Ballymoney last night was wrong and has to be condemned. I am glad no one was hurt ..hope the Psni can bring who ever was responsible to justice”

Scene of Crimes officers now on scene.


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