29/07/2016

Woman Dragged From Car During Hijacking In Co Antrim

A woman sustained minor injuries after being dragged from her car during a hijacking in Co Antrim.

The incident occurred in the Grainon Way area at around 8pm on Thursday, 28 July.

The victim's black Vauxhall Zafira was later found burnt out on the Crumlin Road in Belfast.
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Police are appealing for anyone wityh information to contact then on 101 quoting reference number 1437 of 28/07/2016.

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