21/03/2018

Investigation Launched After Disabled Man's Vehicle Stolen In South Belfast

An investigation has launched after a man with a severe disability had his car stolen in south Belfast.

The keys of the specially-adapted Honda Jazz are believed to have been stolen during a break-in at a property in the Windsor Avenue area between 1.30pm and 4pm on Monday, 19 March.
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The vehicle was seen driving erratically in the Divis area of west Belfast and was later found burned out in the same area.

Police described the incident as a "despicable act".

The PSNI are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/LM)

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