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Police are investigating a burglary at a house on Rathlin Road, Ballycastle on Monday 30 June. It is thought that a kindle, laptop, and a mobile phone were taken during the incident. Police enquiries are ongoing. If you have been offered goods in suspicious circumstances please report it immediately to police on the new non-emergency number 101.

Police received a report that eight ewes and a lamb were stolen from a field at Lisnagot Road, Armoy early last week. Enquiries are continuing.

Police believe that two fire hoses were removed from the Rathlin Ferry whilst moored at Rathlin last week. Anyone with information on the matter is asked to contact police on the new non-emergency number 101.

Police are investigating criminal damage caused to a caravan at a park on Clare Road, Ballycastle. A window was broken at around 2pm on Saturday 05 July. Police are appealing for information from anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area at the time.

Police are investigating the theft of a bicycle from an apartment at a Caravan Park on Clare Road, Ballycastle. Police are appealing for information.

Police arrested a man in the Dervock area for driving whilst unfit and for breach of bail on Saturday 05 July. Police enquiries into the matter are continuing.

Police are investigating criminal damage caused to a church hall on Ann Street, Ballycastle on Saturday 05 July. The window was broken and damage caused to property inside. Police enquiries are ongoing and anyone witnessed suspicious activity in and around the church hall is asked to contact police on the new non-emergency number 101.

 
 
 

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