ROUND-UP: Ballymoney police notes

ALLEGED ASSAULT: Police in Ballymoney are appealing for information about an alleged assault in Main Street, Ballymoney, last Wednesday evening around 7.30pm. A police spokesman said the alleged incident took place in an entry and added that a numer of people both male and female were involved.

Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact police on 0845 600 8000 or Crimestoppers on freephone 0800 555 111

FIREWORK SEIZED: Police have recovered a firework from a house in the Glebeside area of Ballymoney. The discovery was made on Thursday afternoon last.

A spokesperson said the incident was another reminder of the legality of fireworks and reiterated that a licence was required. He also warned of the dangers of fireworks.

BICYCLE STOLEN: The theft of a grey/silver coloured mountain bike from a communal hallway in John Street sometime between 4pm on Saturday and 1pm on Sunday is being investigated by police. The bicycle had been secured by a chain and the chain was also stolen. Anyone who may have seen the bicycle should contact local police.

FEMALE ARRESTED: A 22-year-old female was arrested in Rasharkin on Sunday night for alleged breach of a non-molestation order and common assault, police in Ballymoney have revealed.