Three Charged Over Creeper Style Burglary In South Belfast

Three people have been charged in connection with a 'creeper style' burglary in south Belfast.

Police received a report of a break-in the Harberton Drive area at approximately 11pm.

A brown Audi A3 vehicle was stolen after the keys were taken from inside a house.

The car was involved in an accident on Tuesday morning and the three people arrested.
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Two males, aged 16 and 18, and a female, aged 18, have been charged with a number of offences including burglary, aggravated taking and driving away, dangerous driving and other motoring offences.

They are due to appear at Laganside Court on Monday 18 April.


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