Police Appeal Following Burglaries In Lisburn And Dunloy

Police have launched an investigation following a burglary at a house in Lisburn.

The incident happened in the Saintsbury Avenue area sometime between 8pm and midnight on Saturday, 30 April.

A sum of cash, a gold bracelet and a number of Royal Dalton figurines were stolen.

Detective Sergeant Tracey McIntosh is appealing for anyone who noticed any suspicious vehicles or people in the area or anyone who has any information to contact Detectives in Lisburn on 101.

Elsewhere, police are appealing for information following an aggravated burglary in the Mohan Road area of Dunloy at around 1am on Sunday, 01 May.

Three masked men entered a house in and threatened the male occupant. The suspects intimated they were carrying guns and tied the occupant of the house up before making off with a sum of cash.

The victim, aged in his 40's, was not injured but was left shaken.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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