26/09/2013

Stolen Car Crashes With Police Vehicle In South Belfast

Police are appealing for witnesses after a stolen car and a police vehicle crashed in south Belfast.

The silver Mini, which was taken during a burglary at Fitzroy Avenue in the early hours of Thursday morning, collided with a police vehicle at the junction of Fitzroy Avenue and Carmel Street.

No-one was injured in the incident.

A man has been arrested and is currently in custody.

A second man ran away at the scene. He is described as being 6ft tall, with a shaved head and was wearing a white t-shirt and jeans.

(CD/JP)

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