Items stolen

POLICE are appealing for information following a number of reports from an elderly Balnamore resident of items being stolen from premises at Millicent Ave.

On November 3 at around 2.30pm the resident reported that damage had been caused to a garage roof and items stolen. It had previously been reported that a stone dog had also been take from the premises a few weeks previously. Police are appealing for information.

Bar burglary

POLICE are investigating a burglary at the Imperial Bar, Ballymoney.

The incident was reported by the owner of the premises on Main Street on October 30 at 8.41am.

It is believed the property was broken into over night through the rear window. An amount of cash was stolen from the gaming machines and from draws in the premises.

Shed on fire

POLICE attended the scene following a report from the Fire Service on October 31 at 7.29pm that a shed at Newal Road, Ballymoney was on fire.

The Fire Services examined the area and believe it to be suspicious as the fire started from a shed behind 12 Newal Road which is derelict.

Police are appealing for help in solving the crime.

Stone thrown

POLICE are appealing for information following a report on November 1 at 6.50pm that a stone was thrown at a conservatory on Cherry Gardens, Towns Park, Ballymoney.

Police arrived at the scene to discover a glass panel 8ft by 2ft was damaged.

The estimate cost of the damage is £80 to £100.

Gate damaged

Police are investigating following the report of a gate being damaged at business premises at Burnquarter Road.

Officers received the report on October 29 at around 2pm.

If anyone has information please contact officers or Crimestoppers.

Window broken

BALLYMONEY police are appealing for information after a window was broken at a charity shop on Main Street.

The incident at the Cancer Foundation shop was reported on October 29 at 9.06am.

Police attending the scene discovered a window 2ft by 3ft damaged.

Theft

Police in Ballymoney are appealing for information after a report of theft at the Glenlough Road area on Friday 2nd November.

Sometime between 8:15pm and 8:30pm, it was reported that a silver Passat with a box trailer was stopped by a dark coloured transit in the area. The contents of the trailer was stolen including a Teng red tool box fully stocked with tools , Black and orange KTM scrambler big wheel 85 cc , a Harley engine Black and Chrome in colour specifically for a 1584cc bored to a 1690 cc.

Contact 0845 600 8000 or Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111.