Appeal After Robbery Of Coleraine Filling Station

Police have issued an appeal for information after an armed robbery of a filling station in Coleraine.

One man was arrested after the incident in the Glenvara Drive area of the Bushmills Road at around 7.45pm on Wednesday 30 January.

It is believed the culprit made off with a sum of cash.
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Police have urged anyone with information regarding the crime to contact detectives at Coleraine CID by calling 101, quoting reference number 1273 of 30/01/19.


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