22/01/2019

15 Cars Damaged In Belfast Holylands Disorder

Police are appealing for witnesses following a night of disorder which left 15 cars damaged in the Holylands area of Belfast last night.

Wing mirrors were ripped off vehicles and windscreens were smashed in the vandalism that occurred between 5pm on Monday 21 January and 8am on Tuesday 22.

The cars were parked in varying areas between Curzon street, Collingwood Avenue and Agincourt Avenue.
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A PSNI spokesperson urged anyone who may have witnessed the incidents to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 205 of 22/1/19.



(JG/CM)

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