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Moyle police news round-up

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Police in Ballycastle arrested a 30-year-old man on suspicion of aggravated burglary, theft, threats to kill and assault after a house was entered in the Glentaise Drive area of Ballyclare shortly before 11.30pm on Monday, 24 February.

The man has been released on bail pending further Police enquiries.

Criminal damage to house

Police in Ballycastle are appealing for information following the report of criminal damage to a number of items in a house in the Mayo Drive area of Ballycastle on Monday, 24 February at approximately 5pm.

A female knocked on the door of a house and when it was opened she entered the house and damaged a number of items in the house.

The occupier was not injured during this incident.

Criminal damage to window

Police in Ballycastle are appealing for information following the report of criminal damage caused to a window in a house in the Fogarty crescent area on Monday, 24 February.

Tools missing

Police in Ballycastle are appealing for information following the report of a generator and other tools being stolen from a van in the Fogarty Crescent area. This occurred sometime between 5.20pm and 7.05pm on Tuesday, 25 February.

The generator was later recovered. However the tools are still missing. Police enquiries are continuing.

Phone line damaged

Police in Ballycastle are appealing for information following a report that a telephone line had been damaged at Torr Road on Wednesday, 26 February. Enquiries are continuing.

Oil theft

Police in Ballymoney are appealing for information following the theft of heating oil from a house in the Knockmore Road area of Mosside.

Two windows broken

Police in Ballycastle are appealing for information following the report of two windows being broken in a house in the Leyland Road area at approximately 9.30pm on Friday, 28 February.

Police would ask anyone who may have information about any of the above incidents to contact them on 0845 600 8000. Or, if someone would prefer to provide information without giving their details, they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 
 
 

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