09/10/2017

Hundreds Of Fireworks Seized In Co Antrim

Hundreds of fireworks have been seized from a house in Co Antrim.
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Newtownabbey Neighbourhood Policing Team searched a property in the Rathcoole area of Newtownabbey on Saturday, 07 October, following concerns in relation to firework use and anti-social behaviour.

A sum of cash and a large amount of cigarettes were also recovered by police.

(CD)

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