Police arrested a 47 year old woman on suspicion of driving whilst unfit in the Glenariff area on Saturday 12th July. The woman was later released on police bail pending further enquiries.
* Phone theft
Police are investigating the theft of a black Samsung Galaxy mobile phone which was stolen from an unlocked car in Castle Street, Ballycastle, at around 3pm on Saturday 12th July.
* Criminal damage
Police are investigating criminal damage caused to a security camera in the grounds of a church on the Moycraig Road, Bushmills. Investigations are continuing but police believe that the camera may have been damaged during an attempt to break into or steal material from the building.
* Windscreen cracked
Police are investing a report that the front windscreen of a vehicle was cracked as it was parked in the Dundarave area of Bushmills. The incident is thought to have happened sometime between 9am and 3pm on Thursday 17 July. Enquiries are continuing.
* Tennis racket stolen
Police received a report that a tennis racket was stolen from a bag belonging to a young person as they played on the Mary Street courts tennis. The racket is thought to have been stolen on Thursday 17 July.
* Man arrested
Police arrested a 20 year old in the Ann Street area of Ballycastle on suspicion of possession of Class B Drugs on Saturday 19 July. He has since been released on police bail.
* Suspicious activity
Police in Coleraine are appealing for information after a report of suspicious activity in the Captain Street Upper area last week. At around 8:10pm on Friday, July 11, it was reported that a male driving a blue MG car approached a female in the area. It is believed the male exposed himself to the female. An 17 year old man was arrested in the vicinity of the Greenhall Highway area shortly before 3:40pm on Tuesday, July 15. The male was released on police bail pending further enquiries. Coleraine police would ask anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the Capatin Street Upper area on Friday, July 11 or who has any information to contact them.