Three arrests

THREE arrests were made in relation to an assault which happened at Linenhall Street, Ballymoney, on June 19. Two of those arrested were 18 and the other person is 16-years-old. They were bailed to return to a police station in August pending further enquiries.

Dunloy theft

250 litres of home heating oil has been stolen from a house at Hillside Drive, Dunloy, between July 1-3. Police would like to hear from anyone who may have noticed anything suspicious in the area, perhaps involving the use of a vehicle.

Lisheegan

arrests

TWO arrests were made in the Lisheegan Road area near Rasharkin on Thursday July 7. A 36-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly making a threat to kill and was released on bail pending the preparation of a report for the Public Prosecution Service and a 43-year-old man was arrested for alleged aggravated assault on a female and was released on bail after being charged to appear at court on August 3.

Vow Road burglary

POLICE are investigating a break-in at a house at Vow Road near Ballymoney. Around 1.30am on Friday July 8 the house was believed to have been entered through a window and a wallet and saving books were stolen. The wallet was recovered a short distance away and the saving books, which have now been cancelled, were still missing. The PSNI would like to hear from anyone who may have noticed suspicious activity in the area.

John St arrest

a MAN (26) was arrested for alleged disorderly behaviour at John Street, Ballymoney, on the morning of Friday July 8. Police will prepare a report for the Public Prosecution Service.

Shop break-in

POLICE are investigating a break-in at a wholesale commercial premises at Frosses Road near Cloughmills. A door was forced and a number of drums of heating oil and blankets were stolen.

Man arrested

A 25-YEAR-OLD man was arrested in the early hours of Sunday July 10 at Bann Road, Rasharkin, for alleged driving with excess alcohol. He has been charged and is due to appear at court on August 5.

Police appeal

POLICE want to hear from anyone with information about crime to contact them on 08456008000 or phone the Crimestoppers number 0800555111.