01/09/2016

Teen Arrested After Stolen Cars Driven Dangerously In West Belfast

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested following reports that two stolen cars were being driven dangerously in west Belfast.

The vehicles were spotted in Albert Street and Ross Street just before 4pm on Wednesday, 31 August.

The police operation involved staff from the Belfast City Policing District, the Operational Support Department and Air Support Unit.
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The two vehicles, a blue coloured Kia and a silver coloured Honda, have been recovered.

The teenager has been detained in police custody.

(CD/JP)

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