Police Appeal After Vehicle Reported Acting Suspiciously In Co Antrim

Police have launched an appeal after a vehicle was reported acting suspiciously in Co Antrim.

The incident occurred at around 4.20pm on Monday, 20 June.

A red coloured BMW was seen acting suspiciously around the junction of Hawthorn Way and Avondale Drive.
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It is believed the driver was heavy set and wearing a blue top.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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