Appeal After Vehicles Damaged In Holywood

Police are appealing for information after several vehicles were damaged in Holywood over the weekend.

The cars were targeted in the Strand Avenue area of the town overnight on Saturday 16 February.

Each vehicle had its tyres slashed in what police said was "a wanton act of vandalism".
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"Incidents like this hit the pocket of the owners as it will rarely be worth going through the insurance and all the associate hassle and excess payments," a PSNI spokesperson commented.

"If you have the slightest bit of info about who was responsible, have CCTV that has caught suspicious behaviour in the area or noticed anything out of place on Saturday night please call us on 101 quoting reference cc2019021701151."

Witnesses can also submit information anonymously via Crimestoppers by calling 0800555111 or contacting the PSNI Hollywood Facebook page via private message.


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