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Police arrested one man following an incident in the Burnquarter Lane area of Ballymoney on the morning of Wednesday 23 July. The incident constituted a collision between two vehicles, with police considering a hate motivation. Enquiries are continuing.

Police are investigating the suspected theft of a chain saw from a shed in the Lisconnan Road, Ballymoney. The theft is thought to have happened sometime in the last fortnight but was reported on Wednesday 23 July. Police are asking that anyone who has been offered a Huskinvarner chainsaw in suspicious circumstances recently contact them on the non-emergency number 101.

Police arrested a 37 year old man on suspicion of behaviour likely to cause a breach of the peace following an altercation between individuals in the Union Street area of Ballymoney. The man was arrested during the evening of Thursday 24 July. Enquiries are continuing.

Police arrested two men, aged 43 and 18, following a disturbance in the Bravallen area of Ballymoney in the early hours of Saturday 26 July. The men are thought to have damaged a front window and door of a house during the disturbance. Police enquiries are continuing.

Police are investigating damage caused to a car as it was parked in the car park in the Main Street area of Cushendall.

The damage was caused sometime between 4:30pm and 5:40pm on Wednesday 23 July and involved damage to both front and rear nearside doors. Police believe that the damage was caused by another vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call police on the non-emergency number 101.

Police received a report that two bicycles were stolen from a property on the Castlenagree Road, Bushmills sometime between Friday 25 July and Saturday 01 July.

One of the bicycles is a black Ridgeback model and the other is a blue coloured Marrin.

If anyone has seen these bicycles or can assist police to return them to their owners, please call the new non-emergency number 101.

Police received a report that a shop window was smashed in the Ann Street area of Ballycastle.

The criminal damage is thought to have happened at around 2:30am on Sunday 27 July.

Police are analysing CCTV footage and are asking for assistance from members of the public as their investigation continues.