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Thursday, January 28, 2021

‘Suspicious behaviour’ on Glebeside Estate

An individual was caught on a camera door bell acting in a ‘suspicious manner’ outside a family home on the Glebeside Estate in Ballymoney.

The incident was caught earlier this week, in which the individual can be seen hanging around outside the garden of the home, before making his way up the drive towards the front door.

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Seemingly to notice the camera doorbell, the individual backs out of the garden before walking off out of the avenue.

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A community representative has said this is the ‘third known incident to happen in the area in three days’ and ‘looking more and more like the same person may have been involved in all three’.

If you notice anything suspicious in your area, you can report it to the PSNI on the non emergency number 101 or in the case of an emergency situation call 999.

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