CCTV Image Released In Gilder Halts Vandalism

A CCTV image of a man has been released by police investigating thousands of pounds worth of criminal damage to Gilder halts in west Belfast earlier this year.

Ticket machines were vandalised at Beechview Park and St Genevieve's halts on 01 January.

The PSNI believes the man in the image can help them with their enquiries.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "These acts of vandalism not only inconveniences the transport provider, they also inconvenience local communities who suffer as a result."


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