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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Used syringe found in Ballymena Road area of Ballymoney

A member of the public has found what appears to be evidence of drug use on the Ballymena Road in Ballymoney.

The used syringe was discarded on the ground, with the needle exposed.

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There has been growing concern as of late to the increase of drug related incidents within the community and wider borough, with community groups calling for immediate action.

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If you suspect drug use within your neighbourhood, then report this to the PSNI on 101 for confidentially to Crimestoppers.

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