16/06/2017

Police Search For Car Owner After Co Antrim Crash

Police are seeking the owner of a car following a crash in Ballymena, Co Antrim.

The PSNI believes the driver of the red Clio lost control on the Bog Road in Ballymena and made off on foot.

Significant damage was caused to the vehicle which rolled several times.
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A police spokesperson said: "As you can see there is significant damage to the vehicle, so we called out our colleague PD Csacsi. Csacsi checked the area to ensure the driver and any possible passengers hadn't collapsed in near by fields.

"If you have any information on who owns this vehicle please contact Police on 101 quoting ref1319 15/06/17."

(CD)


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