06/06/2018

Man Arrested Over 'Death Driving' In West Belfast

A man has been arrested for a number of offences, including "Death Driving", in west Belfast.

A vehicle was reported stolen following a burglary in east Belfast just after midnight.

It was later reported that the vehicle was involved in what police have described as "Death Driving" in the Falls Road area.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "Officers from the Auto Crime Team, along with officers from LPT, responded within minutes resulting in the vehicle being recovered and one male being arrested for various offences."

(CD/LM)

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