19/09/2018

Man Attacked During Robbery In Ballymena

Police are appealing for information after a man was left badly shaken after being hit on the head during a robbery at a house in Ballymena.

Three masked men, armed with a hatchet, crowbar and suspected gun, broke in through the window of a property in the Pillar Brae Road area just before 11.45pm on Monday, 17 September.
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The suspects stole money and a gold chain was pulled form the victim. He sustained minor injuries.

The men fled from the scene. They were wearing dark clothes, jeans and balaclavas.

(CD)

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