POLICE in Ballymoney are appealing for information regarding the following incidents:
* Tuesday April 5 - Police received a report of a theft of a Samsung mobile phone from changing rooms at Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre, Ballymoney.
* Wednesday April 6 - A female was detained after she allegedly had stolen a scarf from a supermarket at Castle Street, Ballymoney.
* Friday April 8 - Over night, business premises at Conagher Road, Benvardin, were broken into and a radiator was stolen from a stock car. A crate of energy drinks and crunchy cream chocolate bars were also taken.
* Friday April 8 - 4pm - Report that a female had stolen a multi-coloured top worth £64 from a shop in Ballymoney town centre.
* Friday April 8 - 6.50pm - Police received a report that an elderly man got out of a vehicle and was verbally abusive to another motorist in a ‘road rage type’ incident. Threats of assault were allegedly made as he waved a walking stick. Three children were in the other vehicle and police say the behaviour was “unacceptable” and are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
* Saturday April 9 - 2.25am - A male was assaulted at John Street, Ballymoney, and received a minor eye injury.
* Saturday April 9 - 8.50pm - A vehicle was observed being driven in a suspicious manner in the Garryduff Road area of Ballymoney, Police believe it was a burgundy-coloured Ford Transit van with Donegal registration plates. There were believed to have been three males onboard.
* Saturday April 9 - 1.04am - An object was thrown from a vehicle towards another vehicle at a filling station at Ballybogey Road, Ballymoney.
* Saturday April 9 - midnight - A purse was reported stolen from a function room at a bar in Market Street, Ballymoney.
* Sunday April 10 - 3.50am - Police are appealing for witnesses after an assault on a female at Alexandra Avenue, Ballymoney.
* Sunday April 10 - - 4.29am - A number of males entered a house at Carnany Gardens, Ballymoney, and assaulted a male.
* Sunday April 10 - 5pm - A person was arrested at Vow Road, Ballymoney, on suspicion of driving with excess alcohol.
* Police are urging people to take care when using online selling site ‘Gumtree’. A person from the Ballymoney area advertised an £850 camera and after he believed he had received a record of payment it was sent to Nigeria at a cost of £140 but it was a scam.
Anyone with information about crime can contact poice on 08456008000 or phone the Crimestoppers charity freephone confidential number 0800555111.